Too many people may be seen to pay attention to various matters of this world, and not on enough matters that concern the world to come.
The future of the Messianic is going to be the next generation. But what might be some of the things to navigate through as we see the next generation emerge onto the scene?
The Messianic community has encountered various divisive issues in the past several decades. Whatever those have been, will probably seem like nothing compared to the influences of Wokeism.
Many people thrive on controversy and contention. Many things get debated, but few things get resolved and taken care of.
In order to best handle a serious controversy, be sure that you have the ability to start talking to people on the areas where you agree.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee looks back on some of the experiences the family has had, since being fully called into the Messianic movement in 1996.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee discusses the three books that he believes have had the most impact on his theological values.
It is common throughout Messianic and Hebrew Roots worlds to hear Yeshua called the “Torah made flesh.” This does not mean the same thing today, as it probably meant to those originally promoting it.