The Hebrew Roots of Christianity

Though the Bible does make it clear concerning festivals and feast. If it is right to someone let it be right to them. Now the Passover though, is something Jesus told us to Keep. I must also add, though many call upon the name of Jesus, I assure you, He reads your heart, and knows who it is that you are truely seeking. I find His true name, Yahushua, and Gods name,Yahweh, Are beautiful names and flow ever so comfortably from my lips. And I am convinced, that knowing the history of the change, and who it was that brought the change on. And knowing the history of those who changed it. Fore these were those that Jesus rebuked. I can come to no other logical conclusion than, to step back to our Hebrew roots, is neither wrong, or non-Biblical. May His Angels be with you, and His Grace never leave you. Tim

Should christians JUDGE????…YES!!!

I prove this through biblical scriptures. Per One of the most misused verses in all of the bible is Matthew 7:1, about judging not, lest you be judged. - So many people will quote it and say it to confront people about their salvation and sin in their life. Is it biblical for Christians to pronounce judgment? Is our cultures present understanding of Matthew 7 truly biblical? Tim Conway answers an Ask Pastor Tim question and responds with the scriptures

Current Issues in Christianity

Dr. Grassmick, Academic Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Dallas Seminary, moderates a faculty forum with Dr. Burer, Chisholm, Fanning, and Hilber. Each faculty member discusses what academic issues are currently being discussed in their respective field of expertise.

Bill Johnson - Power Of Worship In Spiritual Warfare.

Bill shares about the power of Worship and prophetic acts and how it shifts the atmosphere achieving victory in spiritual warfare.

The Historical Origin Of Christianity - Interview with Dr. Walter Williams - Clip 1

Listen to “The African History Network Show” on Thur. April 5th, 8:00p-11:00p EST with guests Dr. Frances Cress Welsing (The Isis Papers and Hidden Colors) and Dr. Walter Williams (The Historical Origin of Christianity & Islam). Dr. Walter Williams will continue to talk about his upcoming Lecture on “The Historical Origin Of Christianity & Islam” in Detroit, Friday, April 6th, 6pm-10pm & Saturday, April 7th, 11am-5am @ Nandi’s Knowledge Cafe, 12511 Woodward Ave, Highland Park, MI. Please call 313-865-1288 for more info. Dr. Welsing will discuss her upcoming lecture in Baltimore on Sat. April 7th dealing with “Black Male/Female Relationships”. Call in with your questions at 914-338-1375. We’ll also continue our in depth coverage on the new developments in The Trayvon Martin Murder Case. Listen at or Call In & Listen at (914) 338-1375 or

The Secrets Behind Christianity’s Holy days

We explore the root of Christianity’s most holy days

Only Christianity is True Part 3 - Romans 5:20-21

In part three of a series out of Romans 5:20-21 titled; “Only Christianity is True,” pastor JD tackles the topic of God’s game changing and life changing grace.

The Ten Commandments of Spirituality Introduction Video

A TV commercial for the famous book. A book on spirituality that uses movies to teach basic life lessons of ethics and common decency. Get your copy at amazon and then post a review here on youtube.

Who Are The Israelites? (FULL MOVIE) True Christianity Supports True Jews, Zionist Jews Exposed 2011

Revelation 2:9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan. In the mid-eighth century, the ruling elite of the Khazars, a Turkic tribe in Eurasia, converted to Judaism. Their reason was political, not spiritual. By embracing Judaism, the Khazars were able to maintain their independence from rival monotheistic states, the Muslim caliphate and the Christian Byzantine empire. Governed by a version of rabbinical law, the Khazar Jewish kingdom flourished along the Volga basin until the beginning of the second millennium, at which point it dissolved, leaving behind a mystery: Did the Khazar converts to Judaism remain Jews, and, if so, what became of them? Enter Shlomo Sand. In a new book, “The Invention of the Jewish People,” the Tel Aviv University professor of history argues that large numbers of Khazar Jews migrated westward into Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania, where they played a decisive role in the establishment of Eastern European Jewry. The implications are far-reaching: If the bulk of Eastern European Jews are the descendents of Khazars—not the ancient Israelites—then most Jews have no ancestral links to Palestine. Put differently: If most Jews are not Semites, then what justification is there for a Jewish state in the Middle East? Albert Pike (Illuminati and KKK) Albert Pike was born in Boston 1809, He studied at Harvard, wrote a blueprint of