Does the Torah actually teach that by keeping its commandments, a person can earn eternal life?
Posts Tagged: Torah
Least in the Kingdom – FAQ
What does it mean to be “least in the Kingdom”?
Law of Moses, Binding on Christians – FAQ
Do you believe that the Torah or Law of Moses is binding on Christians?
A Torah Foundation: Slavery, Lying, Animal Sacrifice – Shabbat School
Messianic people all claim to have a Torah foundation. Yet when confronted with difficult issues such as slavery, the ethics of lying, or the presence of animal sacrifices–gloss over these matters in the Pentateuch. How do we approach issues such as these?
A Torah Foundation: The Image of God and Murder – Shabbat School
How do modern Believers approach the Torah for the post-resurrection era? Significant Torah issues, with lasting effects on society at large–involve our approach to humans made in the image of God, and the Torah penalties for murder.
What Does It Mean to Have a Torah Foundation? – Shabbat School
Today’s Messianic movement is in broad agreement that Believers need to have a “Torah foundation.” But what does this actually mean? What does this actually involve?
The Great Interest in Torah
In the past several decades, the numbers of today’s Messianic movement have grown because of an increased interest of non-Jewish Believers wanting to tangibly connect to their faith heritage in the Scriptures of Israel. Is the non-Jewish interest in the Torah, a modern manifestation of legalism and people trying to earn their salvation? Or, is it something to be legitimately anticipated as we get closer and closer to the Messiah’s return?