J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics reviews a recent and timely article by Myriam Levy Chernoff on the need for Messianic Judaism to return to its original purpose of Jewish outreach.
J.K. McKee surveys the Book of Nahum from a Messianic perspective. Have your study Bible handy, and be prepared to take notes!
How can you say that the Law of Moses is still to be followed by Christians today, when it is quite clear that Jesus terminated the Law, being its end?
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics discusses how Jewish and non-Jewish Believers often find themselves in the Messianic movement, and the various dynamics that we see in many Messianic congregations and fellowships.
Is it really true that Yeshua was resurrected on Sunday? Does a Sunday morning resurrection of the Messiah at all validate the common Christian observance of Sunday as “the Lord’s Day”?
Why are there so many leaders in the Messianic movement who call themselves “rabbi”? Yeshua explicitly forbade this in Matthew 23:8.
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics discusses how Millennialism has affected people both theologically and sociologically.
What do those who believe in psychopannychy/soul sleep do about Philippians 1:23, and with Paul desiring to depart and be with the Messiah?