I have encountered many people in my Messianic experience, who believe that they have special information or perspectives. Much of this actually manifests in people thinking that they are entitled to just talk or say anything they want about various matters, offering no references or documentation to what they say. Can you please help?
John McKee discusses how many people in today’s Messianic movement, believe that they should have some kind of insider information or perspective—precisely because of their involvement with Israel, Jewish salvation, and the return of the Messiah. If indeed so, how can this be done in a responsible manner, facilitating Kingdom of God purposes?
Perhaps the most shocking trend present today in the Messianic movement, is witnessing a return of many evangelical Believers to the foundations of our faith. This is best exemplified by many individuals studying the Torah on a consistent basis. The Torah is the first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, also commonly called the Law of Moses or Pentateuch.
How do you respond to the view of some that Millennial Kingdom worldwide Torah practices, such as the remembrance of the seventh-day Sabbath or Feast of Tabernacles—should not be breaking into the present time?
Are non-Jewish Believers who are anticipating these things by keeping them, holding to an “overly-realized eschatology”?