Torah study is important to today’s Messianic movement, but many assumptions are made, that should not be.
How do today’s Messianic people approach the issue of water immersion?
If you like philosophy, Mark Foreman’s Philosophy, An Introduction for Christians is a good introductory on the topic. Foreman says the following: “Logic is about evaluating arguments. Deductive arguments are evaluated as either valid or invalid. Inductive arguments are either… Continue reading →
Why does it appear there is a common Christian resistance to study the Torah of Moses?
How do you sort through some of the confusion caused by Two-House proponents regarding the Southern Kingdom?
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 1:5-14. Have your Bible handy, and be prepared to take notes!
Messianic people can have significant difficulty understanding Colossians 2:14.
Over the years many Christians can’t understand why Jewish people can’t see that Jesus is the fulfillment of the Suffering Servant passage in Isaiah 53. It would be nice if it was so simple. One of the most common questions… Continue reading →
The Messianic movement is not evangelical Protestantism. One has to recognize that its small size is rooted within the Jewish experience, and learn how to carefully navigate through its different sectors, in order to maintain unity and spiritual blessing.
Introduction Can we trust eyewitness testimony? I have seen this conversation arise in my own outreach efforts. Perhaps you have as well. Generally speaking, testimony is one of those common sense beliefs that we take for granted in the common concerns… Continue reading →