Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee discusses how thirty years ago, the death of his father was a major step toward his family getting involved in the Messianic movement.
Today’s Messianic community widely stresses that God’s people need to have a Torah foundation. Yet, is not Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah to be our foundation?
There is a tendency among many people of faith, to make complicated matters overly-simplistic, and to make simplistic matters overly-complicated.
Thanks to the venue of the Internet and social media, theological and spiritual discussions are made increasingly more complicated by people having to have a “voice.”
Not enough people in today’s Messianic movement realize that what they are participating in, is salvation history, and something that should take us all the way to the Second Coming of Israel’s Messiah.
Too many Hebrew Roots people on social media like to hit people with sound bytes, often with very little theological engagement, as much an intention at shock value.
How does one sort through the claim that evangelical Protestants who oppose homosexuality are being inconsistent, because consumption of unclean meats is also considered an abomination?
Peter’s vision in Acts 10 was about the cleansing of human beings, because of the completed work of Yeshua on the tree. It was not about the canceling out of the standard of sin in God’s commandments.