This post first appeared on Kineti and is authored by Judah Gabriel Himango, one of Tabernacle of David’s teachers.
The modern Messianic movement is a first-generation movement: birthed in the 1960s and ’70s. But that first generation of pioneers are ageing, however, and a new generation – our generation of Millennials – must rise up to take up the mantle.
As the Millennial generation takes the torch, we recognize challenges in Messianic movement the Boomers have left to us: fundamentalism, rigidity, majoring on minors, a lack of critical thinking, failing to deal with issues relevant to today’s generation, an inability to plan for the future.
In a new episode of the Messianic Walk, Messianic apologist J.K. McKee and I discuss these challenges and propose reasonable paths forward to help modern Messianics navigate these difficulties: