There are some teachers you will encounter, who can seemingly only focus their attention on one particular issue or subject matter. How problematic can this be not only for theology, but also for body ministry?
Many people across the Messianic and Hebrew Roots spectrum believe that the spiritual armor of Ephesians 6 describes the clothing of a Levitical high priest, and not battle armor.
There are places and regions, where the contrast between good and evil, light and darkness, are very strong.
In the scope and intentions of the Jerusalem Council of Acts 15, while Acts 15:21 is the most debated across the Messianic world—Acts 15:15 is the most important as far as evaluating the intentions of salvation history.
Hopefully in a fair-minded and constructive way, Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee can explain at least one theological example of where we differ with many who forcefully identify as being part of the “Torah movement.”
Is it true that obeying the Torah’s commandments will merit one as “righteous”? What is the best way to approach Romans 2:13?
It is frequently claimed that since Yeshua (Jesus) did not specifically speak about homosexuality, that it is, perhaps, acceptable among His followers.
The Hebrew Roots movement has a growing reputation for being overly negative, critical, and hostile to the good things brought to us by the Jewish Synagogue and Christian Church.