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.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee explains why he is very hesitant to describe himself as being some part of emerging “Joshua generation.”
How many of us have come to incorrect theological conclusions, because we do not often consider various third and fourth possibilities?
A difficult aspect of being able to discuss different perspectives on Genesis 1-11, is reckoning with the concept of death before the introduction of sin.
Throughout religious history, a tactic of the establishment has always been to accuse various new faith communities of causing some sort of “division” to the ekklesia (“church”).
Some topics or issues do not get discussed, because a number of people have not conducted research or lack experience in the area. Yet other people lack the willingness to look into a matter, as well.
The most well-trained, well-researched, theologians and Bible teachers—will indeed spend a great deal of their lifetime, updating and fine-tuning their views and positions on different matters.