John McKee discusses how he indeed does get asked a number of very controversial, confidential questions, by both Messianic leaders and people. What might some of those questions be, as we contemplate our future?
John McKee discusses the difficulties that many Messianic people have with the theological concept known as “realized eschatology,” and how future prophetic realities have started to break into the present.
John McKee discusses the controversy over whether the Hebrew terminology b’nei Yisrael is best understood to be restrictive as “sons of Israel,” or more inclusive as “children of Israel.”
Many people in the Torah movement have lost sight of the most significant event in human history: the death, burial, and resurrection of Yeshua the Messiah. They frequently deny that we live in a post-resurrection era, with some new spiritual realities.
In examining some Messianic Jewish teaching materials, they explained to me that the Commonwealth of Israel is made up of both the Jewish people and the Church, sort of like the British Commonwealth. They have actually said that as a non-Jewish Believer, I am really not a part of Israel, only the Commonwealth. Does this viewpoint have any legitimacy?