His Old Testament stuff is fascinating, particularly as he strongly draws the link that whilst there may be two covenants, the law was always supposed to be spiritual, and God seems keen for the Israelites to understand this even before Jesus's time. Anyone who helps to harmonise the OT/NT and make it clear that it's very much the same God, the same plan etc. is at least half alright with me! He also delves a bit deeper into birthrights, who really is entitled to be called "Israel" and so on. He's also very polite and humble.
It is a shame about the "prophecy today" stuff, because as far as I can see we're just not instructed to look out for endless prophets giving further cryptic insights. There's enough in Revelation and OT types and shadows to keep anyone busy! So then spending time trying to sift through the ramblings of the lastest person to work out that next year (always next year!) really is (this time, honest...) "the great... ingathering/tabernacle building/spiritual flood" or whatever... I just don't get the message from scripture that we're supposed to occupy ourselves with this. At all.
But as Ronen says, he does have real insight into the spiritual meaning of torah. My recent favourite has been Exodus 21, the man who digs a pit is liable for ox that falls into it. I.e. irrespective of what you think about free will, the liability is to do with ownership; God created the world, he "dug" that "pit", and we fell into it (for whatever reason). So by His own law we can expect him to pay the price.