Is it possible that many "Christian" traditions today aren't in line with Biblical teaching; or that we have neglected the commandments of God, to hold to the traditions of men? Have you ever wondered where Christmas came from, how about the Easter Bunny, or when the sabbath changed from the seventh day to the first? Have we been missing important truths from the bible and history that are preventing us from living a life like our Savior? Join me, Caleb Gee as I explore some of these things and my journey to get to the truth of these matters!
New Moons With Kisha Gallagher
In this episode Kisha Gallagher, author of "The Biblical New Moon: A Guide for Celebrating", joins us to discuss New Moons; what they are, what they mean, and their significance for believers today!
Idolatry- Journey Out of Egypt with Josh Muglia
This is an episode you don't want to miss. Listen along as I interview Josh Muglia, the author of "Idolatry: Journey out of Egypt" and be sure to grab a copy of his book afterwards!
Sin, Love, and Torah
In this episode we dive into the bibles definition of sin, love and what the gospel is! With the world and society trying to redefine it every day it's important we learn what God's definition is and live with that understanding!
What about Paul? With Nathein and Shannon Perkins
In this episode we dive into Paul and some of his letters. Not so much verse by verse but more how he is cited often by believers to justify not following God's law today. What was he talking about, why is he hard to understand, and what did he teach?
The Fall Feasts with Brent Hanson
In this episode we explore the fall feasts. What are their implications, should we celebrate them today, will we celebrate them when our King returns and much more! Special guest Brent Hanson helps us unpack a lot of the information!
The Sign of Jonah- Passover vs. Easter
In this episode I look historically and biblically at the timeline of Yeshua's death and resurrection and then compare this to both Passover and Easter, to try to determine which one we should celebrate as believers!