At a recent conference celebrating his fifty years in ministry, John MacArthur was asked a two-word question: “Beth Moore.” His response: “Go home!” MacArthur is well known for supporting a complementarian doctrine that only males are allowed to lead and teach in the ekklēsia, and so Moore, as a woman found teaching a mixed groups of females and males, stands in stark contrast to such an ideology.
All of us, at one point or another, have changed our minds in spiritual and theological matters.
God created male and female in His image, with the same degree of dignity and humanity.
What is the current discussion regarding what “Hebrew Roots” actually is?
This Bible Study podcast on the Epistle to the Hebrews, explores this text of Holy Scripture from a Messianic perspective. In this study, we will be reviewing Hebrews 2:1-9. Have your Bible handy, and be prepared to take notes!
Why should Hebrew Roots people be sensitive to Jewish needs, when there are no Jews nearby?
You can technically affirm a non-Jewish Believer in Israel’s Messiah as a “spiritual Jew,” without holding to replacement theology. Yet, given some of the complexities of Paul’s letter to the Romans, does Romans 2:28-29 speak to non-Jewish Believers being “spiritual Jews”—or does it instead speak to how a Jewish Believer in Yeshua, may truly be regarded as Jewish, precisely because of a circumcised heart resultant of Messiah faith? Many people in today’s Messianic Jewish movement would regard Jewish Believers in Yeshua as Completed Jews.
Torah study is important to today’s Messianic movement, but many assumptions are made, that should not be.
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee cooks one of his 3 main chili recipes. This is a ground meat chili, loosely based on the award-winning chili served at The Diner in Norman, OK.
Why does it appear there is a common Christian resistance to study the Torah of Moses?