Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee is preparing to read through the book Confronting Old Testament Controversies by Tremper Longman III, and reviews some of the difficulties that many Messianic people might have from it.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee briefly summarizes some of the major factors, which will affect our interpretation and application of Moses’ Teaching: Ancient Israel, the Messiah Event, Jewish examination, Christian examination.
People in every generation since the ascension of Yeshua (Jesus) into Heaven, have thought that they were the ones living in the very end of days. Is it possible that our approach to the end-times, is in need of some adjustment?
You will hear various Hebrew Roots people claim that the New Covenant of Jeremiah 31:31-34 is not active—precisely because they fail to take into consideration the principle of realized eschatology.
What kinds of difficulties are in possible store for Messianic people, as we are challenged to see things as God sees things—and think more theologically?
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee reacts to having just read an article, introducing the new Jonathan Cahn book, Return of the Gods.
Today’s Messianic movement can best be described as the “emerging Messianic movement.” Not enough people have a clear destination about where our faith community is to be focusing its efforts.