The Jewish people have lived in exile since the age of the Apostles. So has the Gospel. Like the Jewish people, the Gospel began in the land of Israel. Like the Jewish people, the Gospel spread out into every nation during times of great persecution. Like the Jewish people, the Gospel now resides among the nations of the Diaspora. It is as if the Gospel is in exile because, like the Jewish people, it has been removed from context and disconnected from its point of origin. We Gentile Christians have in some ways misunderstood and misapplied the Gospel because we have been ignorant of the Jewish origin and Torah context of the Gospel. Join D. Thomas Lancaster as he presents the material from the second chapter of his book Restoration, Returning the Torah of God to the Disciples of Jesus, in a live lecture presented at FFOZ's Wooden Podium conference in January 2006. The "Gospel in Exile" DVD is the story of the bumpy transition from the Judaism practiced by Yeshua and the Apostles to the Christianity practiced today.