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Michael Rood

About Michael Rood

Michael Rood is an author, historian, teacher, broadcaster, and life-long student of the Bible. Famous for his no-nonsense teaching style, Michael Rood reveals the beauty and simplicity of the Gospel, while exposing Christian traditions and fairytales that prevent believers from realizing their true calling. If you’ve been desperate for “something more,” be prepared to learn the answers that will change your life.
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Dear Torah fan,

I need to talk to you about something. You know that we sink every dollar of your donation into getting the gospel of the kingdom out to the world. We don’t buy Lear jets. We don’t build mega-churches (though we have a […]

By |May 22nd, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Should Christians Celebrate Hanukkah?

What is Hanukkah?
Oh, Hanukkah! Oh, Hanukkah! The magical time of the year we all come together around the menorah, eat chocolate coins, and get presents for 8 days because it’s basically Jewish Christmas! Right? Uh, NO. Hanukkah is an eight-day wintertime celebration, also known as “The Festival of Lights,” that commemorates the rededication of the […]

By |December 15th, 2017|Rood Crew Reviews|0 Comments

Trump Officially Recognizes Jerusalem as Israels Capital

Trump Officially Recognizes Jerusalem as Israels Capital
Can you believe it? President Trump officially recognizes Jerusalem as Israels Capital making today a historic day for Israel, the United States, and the world. Of course, Michael Rood wanted to share his heart with you on this matter, but he is currently on assignment. So, he asked Anny […]

By |December 6th, 2017|Rood News|0 Comments

The Temple Mount versus The City of David

The Temple Mount versus The City of David has been a hot topic among biblical scholars including Michael Rood, Biblica Chronologist and Scholar. Read his message below and watch the video to learn more about Michael’s take on The Temple Mount versus The City of David.
The Temple Mount versus The City of David – A […]

By |November 3rd, 2017|The Word on the Street with Michael Rood|0 Comments

Should we keep the Sabbath?

Is Sunday the Sabbath?
By Michael Rood

Sometimes people who are just coming out of the fog of churchianity ask me where to start from there. They have realized they inherited lies, but aren’t sure how they can find their way and get down to the truth.

This is exactly why I wrote The Chronological Gospels. It is […]

By |June 22nd, 2017|Message From Michael|0 Comments

Biblical Hebrew Calendar

Jewish Calendar, Lunar Calendar, or Gregorian Calendar?

By Michael Rood

This time of year, we are working hard on preparing the Astronomically and Agriculturally Corrected Biblical Hebrew Calendar. The calendar has been in the sky since the Creator put it there, but it takes a lot of work to translate it onto paper to go into the […]

By |June 22nd, 2017|Biblical Calendar|0 Comments

Making Connections

I have talked myself hoarse more times than I can count. I have been awake in the wee hours of the morning over and over and over. I have pulled all nighters despite no deadlines, and I have traveled enough distance to equate circling the earth many times over.

Sometimes friends and family tell me I’m […]

By |May 29th, 2017|Message From Michael, Uncategorized|0 Comments

First Fruits

The First Fruits offering is a faith offering. It comes from the first of what is harvested for the year. None of the harvest is consumed until the First Fruits offering has been made.  When we make this offering, we are presenting and demonstrating our trust and faith that YaHoVaH will sustain us and provide […]

By |May 7th, 2017|Message From Michael|0 Comments

Counting the Omer

What does it mean?
By Michael Rood

Now that Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and Firstfruits have concluded, we are in the midst of counting the Omer. As it is commanded in Leviticus 23:15, we are counting seven Sabbaths, or fifty days from Firstfruits. These fifty days bring us to Shavuot, the final spring feast.

Passover and […]

By |May 3rd, 2017|Message From Michael|0 Comments

Shavuot

What is Shavuot or Pentacost?
By Michael Rood

In the weeks following the first Passover, the Israelites traveled through the desert carrying everything they had with them. The counting of the Omer every year that starts at Firstfruits reflects this journey of the Israelites to the base of Mount Sinai. And when the count ends, we reach […]

By |April 30th, 2017|Message From Michael, Uncategorized|0 Comments