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It Is Often Said In this series, Tim Hegg carefully examines numerous passages in the Apostolic Scriptures (New Testament) that are often either misquoted or misunderstood in mainstream Christianity. The results of Tim Hegg’s research shows that the words of the Messiah, as well as His Apostles do not in any way support an anti-Torah theology, but rather underscore the belief that they upheld the validity of Torah at all times and for everyone who confess Yeshua as their Lord and Savior.

Volume 1

Not only do the Scriptures never hint at the Sabbath being abolished or changed, but on the contrary we have the clear and direct statement of Yeshua Himself that until heaven and earth pass away, nothing in the Torah, not even the smallest stroke, will be done away with.

Volume 2

Far from abandoning the Torah, or relegating it to an inferior status, Yeshua called the people of His day, and us in our day, to embrace the Torah as God’s gracious revelation of His own holiness and His instruction for our own righteous living.

Volume 3

Does the Bible teach that Moses and Yeshua proclaimed two different ways for a sinner to stand righteous before the Almighty? Was salvation before Messiah’s coming based on keeping the Torah? Was salvation by faith through grace only available after Yeshua came?

Volume 4

Rather than viewing the ingathering of the Gentiles as a separate and new work of God, the Apostles understood the salvation of the nations as the ongoing fulfillment of God’s covenant promises to Israel. The Gentiles were being gathered into Israel, not forming a separate entity.

  • Chapters include -
  • "It Is Often Said"
  • • Yeshua Broke the Sabbath
  • • The Torah is a Burden
  • • The Law is Fulfilled
  • • The Law is not Spiritual
  • • Yeshua's Law Replaced the Law of Moses
  • • We Have the Spirit... Who Needs the Letter?
  • • Moses Brought Condemnation, Yeshua Brought Grace
  • • The Work of the Spirit Began at Pentecost
  • • Paul Was All Things to All men
  • • The Law Was Given to Condemn
  • • The Church Replaced Israel
  • • The Torah is Only for Jews

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Exceptional Explanations June 14, 2017
Reviewer: Johnny McGowan from King George, VA United States  
Clearly and concisely put, Tim Hegg explains some of the questions most commonly asked when Torah observant lifestyle raises questions for others. The summaries and review questions at the end of each topic help reinforce the main points of the text and drive the meaning behind the responses to the questions home for the reader.

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It Is Often Said - Vol. 1-4 January 18, 2016
Reviewer: Paul Claus from Chitina, AK United States  
This is a fantastic study, so useful in sharing with skeptical Christian friends! and for self study!!

Thank You!

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It is often said vol 1-4 November 8, 2015
Reviewer: Susan Lovejoy from Ocala, FL United States  
Purchased two bundles one for personal library & one to share.

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It Is Often Said June 18, 2015
Reviewer: Gary Murphy from Santa Maria, CA United States  
I loved it.  It was spot on with my findings in Scripture and it was great with dealing with the topics I am write often confronted with.  Thank you so muchfor all the times and effort you put in to making this!  Baruch HaShem!

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
An excellent read and resource May 28, 2015
Reviewer: Catherine Taylor from Des Moines, WA United States  
We are grateful for this 4 volume set that addresses 12 important questions. It's also an excellent gift to those coming into a Torah observant practice of our faith in Messiah.

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