Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee reviews whether or not there is a difference between the Messianic Jewish movement (mainly focused on Jewish outreach and evangelism)—versus the various non-Jewish Torah movements (Hebrew Roots, Two-House, One Law/One Torah, Pronomian Christianity). How can people, particularly online, navigate through these differences? What actually makes the Messianic movement stand out, and on a more Biblical trajectory?
Messianic Insider has returned! Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee discusses a recent presentation delivered at the 2023 IAMCS Rabbis Conference, and how the attention of too many Messianic people is on temporal matters of this world rather than eternal matters directly affected by Wokeism.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee delivered the following short presentation at the 2023 Rabbis Conference of the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues (IAMCS).
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee makes a few observations, after having recently listened to the MessianTics podcast, “What Will Make the Future of MJ Stronger?”
Many non-Jewish Believers called by God into the Messianic movement understandably want everyone to become Messianic. But is this the best approach?
Many non-Jewish Believers cannot make it in the Messianic movement, because they wrongfully expect theological and spiritual uniformity.
Eitz Chaim Plano, TX – 20 November, 2021
The importance of how much of the Messianic movement has presented itself as “the end-time move of God,” and what this means for the future as we contemplate when we are, and what our mission is.