How should Messianic people approach Christmas?
There are different spiritual and theological “camps” in today’s Messianic Jewish movement. And beyond this is a Hebrew Roots movement ten to twenty times its size! How do individual Messianic people and families maneuver their way around some of this, as they seek to humbly serve God and His Kingdom?
Jewish messianism is a concept study. The word “messiah” means “anointed one” and is derived from verbs that have the general meaning of “to rub something” or, more specifically, “to anoint someone.” The Hebrew Bible records the anointing with oil… Continue reading →
A quick note: If you want to study this topic further, there are other articles on this website that deal with the reliability of the New Testament. However, I am starting with the following premises and conclusion. 1.The New Testament… Continue reading →
Introduction In the introduction of his book called The Case For The Real Jesus, author and apologist Lee Strobel says that a basic search for Jesus at Amazon.com will produce 175, 986 books on the most controversial figure in human… Continue reading →
J.K. McKee principally uses the 1995 New American Standard Update. Why?
This Bible Study podcast surveys the Book of Genesis from a Messianic perspective. Have your study Bible handy, and be prepared to take notes!
Is Sheol the grave or the netherworld?
In a previous post, I discussed some of the common objections anti-missionaries and groups like Jews for Judaism make to the claims about Jesus being the Jewish Messiah of Israel and the nations. One objection that always comes up is… Continue reading →
Where does the Messianic movement stand on kosher?