Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee reviews the great challenges all of us must encounter from supersessionism or replacement theology. How do people in the broad Messianic movement have to navigate through a sliding scale of approaches?
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee was recently interviewed by Elisa Norman, a student at The King’s University working towards a Doctor of Ministry in Messianic Jewish Studies .
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee discusses a number of the difficult aspects facing the defense of the faith: Christian matters, Torah matters, Jewish matters, difficult matters, future matters.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee reviews some of his own personal encounters with remembering Passover, not just over the past twenty-seven years of being a part of the Messianic community, but even in previous evangelical experiences. What are some of the unique opportunities present in the Passover season, and lessons to be (re)learned about the Exodus and the work of Yeshua? What are some of the tensions and controversies, which can and do arise?
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee reviews the frequent opinion that today’s Messianic movement is just another denomination of Christianity—rather than being a unique movement deeply rooted within the Jewish tradition.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee reviews a number of significant ways that Jewish evangelism has been conducted, both in North America and in Israel, since the 1960s-1970s to the present. What do these various methods inform us about any kind of future success of sharing the good news of Yeshua with the Jewish community?
Are we about to see a resurgence of the influence of the Wesleyan theological tradition, because of the recent Asbury Revival? Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee, and his mother, Outreach Israel Ministries business manager Margaret McKee Huey, discuss some of their family’s Methodist heritage and experiences. Also considered is the positive influence the Wesleyan tradition can have on the current development of the Messianic movement.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee reviews some of his own personal encounters with remembering the Festival of Lots or Purim, over the past twenty-seven years of being a part of the Messianic community. What are some good traditions and customs to remember? What are some critical lessons of Purim which need not be overlooked?
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee discusses some of the major reasons why non-Jewish Believers tend to be drawn into things of Torah. Does it involve sincere conviction from reading the Word? Does it involve legalism and self-righteousness? Does it involve being sensationalized by something?
How can these people become co-laborers with Jewish Believers in the salvation of Israel?