J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics discusses some of the unfortunate controversies and emotionalism that can arise, when the theological issue over “one law” mentioned in the Torah arises. Is it possible for there to be a mature way to approach this issue, which facilitates stability?
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics addresses some of the significant tension which arises when issues of “One Law” arise in various Messianic quarters.
In various independent sectors of the Messianic movement, or more likely the Hebrew Roots movement, Exodus 12:48-49 and its emphasis on “one law,” is likely to be some important credo. What is the actual context of “one law” in Exodus 12:48-49?
There are different groups which one will encounter today, who use the term “Messianic” in some form or fashion. What do each of these groups really stand for, in terms of their mission and theology? How challenging is it, to perhaps find a diversity of people attending your local Messianic congregation—without even realizing it?