There are many significant questions that are raised by the two-stick oracle of Ezekiel 37:15-28. Is this prophecy fulfillled or unfulfilled? What does its symbolism represent? What have Jewish, Christian, and even Messianic Jewish interpreters said about it? Part 2 of 3.
The subject of the Messiah’s return is one of the most controversial in the religious world today. If we believe that Yeshua is the Savior, then hopefully we will believe His words and what He told us about how He would return. However, for some, taking the Messiah’s words as our instruction concerning His Second Coming is difficult. Unfortunately, there exists competing factions, views, and creeds across the theological spectrum. Each often has an agenda and something at stake when it comes to the return of the Messiah. While this is certainly true of much of today’s evangelical Christianity, even today’s broad Messianic movement is not immune to competing eschatological views and debates.
Many believe that the Messiah can return at any moment, but ignore other Scripture passages which speak of something else taking place. What does the Bible say about the end-times? How are we to view eschatology from a distinct Messianic perspective? These are the questions which we need to be seriously contemplating, as we collect our thoughts, and are presented with the critical concepts and ideas surrounding the Messiah’s return.
There are many significant questions that are raised by the two-stick oracle of Ezekiel 37:15-28. Is this prophecy fulfillled or unfulfilled? What does its symbolism represent? What have Jewish, Christian, and even Messianic Jewish interpreters said about it? Part 1 of 3.
The Winter holiday season, involving Christmas and Chanukah, can be a very challenging time for those within the Messianic community. How are we supposed to best approach this time, in a way that reflects the love and salvation of Yeshua?
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics introduces this study of the Epistle of Paul to the Galatians. This is Part 2 of 2 of our Introduction to this letter, where we will be discussing issues of authorship, the location of the the author, the date of Galatians, and the target audience of Galatians. Have your Bible handy, and be prepared to take notes!
J.K. McKee, theologian, author, and editor of Messianic Apologetics, joins us to talk about his testimony, the validity of the Torah, what the phrase “Under the Law” means in Scripture, the New Covenant, and the Book of Galatians.
Mark Huey of Outreach Israel Ministries delivers the following message, “A Pivotal Year Ahead,” as we critically consider what we should be focusing our attention upon, as we seek the Lord.
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics evaluates why British-Israel influences are such a problem, and how the Two-House sub-movement has done little to nothing combating them.