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Shalom – Discover and learn Torah (and the rest of the Bible) with out Rabbinics, Church commentary and other errors. Learn what can be known from Torah saying what Torah says the way Torah says it.

There is a difference between what is a Rabbi and what is Rabbinics. Explained; ‘Rabbi’ does have a variety of meanings; some not so good – My use simply means ‘Teacher’. ‘Rabbinics’ is the compiled sum total (over the centuries) of decisions, conclusions & assertions. I always agree with the Rabbis when they are biblically correct. The problem is that the Orthodox to the Karaite according to 2Cor.3:14 are at best blinded guides.

A ‘blind guide’ still has influence and can be at points correct – But – lacks the clarity of full perception to accurately point the way – Remember; For having eyes that see, they will not (to) see &  For having ears that hear, they will not (to) hear – listen or understand.

We are to walk the straight and narrow way (Mt.7:13) – neither turning to the right or left (Dt.28:14) – We must realize there is a Church ditch on one side and a Rabbinic ditch on the other – Both that must be avoided.

Searching for Truth requires Effort – Accepting Truth requires Humility – Teaching Truth requires Knowledge – Defending Truth requires Heart- Living Truth requires Dedication – Standing for Truth requires Courage – Standing in Truth requires the Calm Resolve of Wisdom in the Torah of Yahweh.

“Maturity involves researching and verifying the Truth; striving to make the appropriate changes without searching for loopholes that fuel defense, procrastination or excuse”.       – Dr. David L. Perry Th.D.
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Discernment is not simply differentiating between right and wrong; but includes discerning to know the difference between right and almost right. (Adapted from ~ C.H. Spurgeon)

“The ultimate ignorance is the blind opinion charged rejection of any issue; coupled with the arrogant absence of correct knowledge which refuses to investigate what is known little or nothing about” – Dr. David L. Perry Th.D.

Yah’s Esteem – DrDave

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18 thoughts on “About

  1. Dear Dr. Dave, Shalom
    I should love to have your books in pdf form, but I do not have an international credit card. I went to my bank and they told me if I have your bankaccount nr. and all the things I need, I can do it with my internetbank. Could you please help me?
    Kind regards and barak
    Lucas de Bruin, Netherlands

      • I do have a PayPal account. Would I be able to download the book immediately after making the payment or is there a waiting period. I’ve tried to get hold of the book via Amazon but it is out of print. It would be great if it is available in pdf format. Kind Regards

  2. Hi. Great to find your site. We came to this understanding a few years ago. In presenting it to local assemblies it split groups like a bomb blast with some going on to Judaism and denying Messiah while the majority follow the numerous “teachers and Leaders” of Messianic Levitical Judaism with a group think herd mentality. A few gems are set-apart quietly growing in understanding of the Application of YHVH’s Torah in Messiah through the power of the Spirit from the Father in the restored MelekTzadek priesthood. There are things we have found we would like to share to grow understanding and build a community in this restored Way of the Kingdom of Heaven.

  3. Hello Dr. Dave!

    I just bought a copy of ‘The Covenants of Promise’ book and noticed that you refer to a “law division chart”. I have searched online for said chart but have not found it. Is there a copy somewhere that could be e-mailed to me?

    Thank you & may YHWH continue to bless and keep you!
    RJ

  4. Hi there. New to your site. I see you make reference to a “yahsspiritoftruth” site. Did you change the name, because I can’t seem to access that site. 😦 Thanks!

  5. Hello Sir, I am new to your site and my family and I have recently joined the Melchizedek Priesthood. We are in the process of reading Back to the Melchizedek Future, and we have been following Matthew Nolen. Could you please please please give guidance regarding which calendar we should be following. I have read your dissertation regarding the Lunar Calendar and that helped us steer clear of that trap. We noticed that all the blood moons have fallen on the “Hebrew Calendar” during the Feast’s and new info has surfaced that there was a 5th blood moon which occurred on Purim last week (March 24, 2016). This is a “Pentad” rather than “Tetdrad”. First of its kind in over 2000 years. Please help us find the correct calendar. Thank you, open to the truth 🙂

    • Shalom – Welcome to the Melchizedek Priesthood – Alas Matthew Nolen tho He is still doing a great job about the Melchizedek Priesthood minus his new ‘usha’ word. He has chosen other error paths concerning many things which is a dis-service to the Melchizedek Priesthood message as a whole – 1 involves the calendar.

      1st You must know – calendar is not my area of study – However there are things you must look for buying into any program – 1st Gen.1:14-19 Sun, Moon, & Stars v:16 are ‘for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:’ not just the Sun or an equinox ‘Sunth’ exclusively over Yah’s Ex.12:2 Month/Moonth.

      2nd If they can’t agree with the plain text of Torah Ex.12:14-15 / Lev.23:5-6; flipping Passover into the 7 Days of UnlBrd as most Jews & Messianic do; How can they be trusted to ferret out & make the exact min`ute / fine calculations in an already confusion soup as it relates to calendar? Especially when they ignore brass tacks of related issues.

      As far as the blood moons – do a google blood moons 2016 search – they said Passover not Purim – And that the total is to be 6 Blood Moons & 4 Solar Eclipses 3 years in a row.

      They did say Purim 2016 began in the evening of Wednesday, March 23

      Which is an anomaly of sorts for Passover is listed (Lev.23) as Yah’s Feasts not Purim

      Better for me to stay with Cov’ts & Prsthd

      https://torahwithoutrabbinics.wordpress.com/2016/03/25/melkizedeq-otnt-passover-guide/

      Shalom

  6. Shalom Dave,

    You are missed very much, it’s been a little over a year, since I’ve seen you last, and thoroughly enjoyed your teaching when you were with Matthew Nolan at Sukkot last year 2016….my tefillot is that you are well, safe and still of sound mind and lev/heart….may Yahuah watch over and protect you in all that you do and put your hand to….be well stay safe, and may Yahuah baruch your bayit and chai/life…..Shalom, Shalom

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