Jayson Casper has presents his view about Israel on his blog and looks at certain Messianic Jews and wonders how evangelicals should identify with the issues Israel faces. Jamie Cowen, an Israeli lawyer and a believer in Jesus says: “going through Messianic Jews is best.” This brings Casper to think the complexity of Israel divides… Lees verder Evangelical influence in the Jewish world
It is a well-known fact that there are not many Jews who have accepted that the Nazarene master-teacher Jeshua is the promised Messiah. Although the Messianic Jewish movement may not have been huge or well known until the 60s, there has been a faithful remnant keeping the torch lit from the time of Yeshua’s apostles… Lees verder Certain Messianic groups betraying the Elohim
Trinitarians often say Jeshua is saying he is God (like in Mark 7:6-8). But hat is a strong misinterpretation.
People should know there is a big difference between trinitarian "Jews for Jesus" and those Jews who believe in Jeshua as their Messiah but who worship the Only One True God of Israel.
The apostle Paul has given all those who want to follow Jesus an exhortation, so that there should be no doubt how they have to behave and how they should all become united in the One Body of Christ.
According to a recent Pew Review Western Europeans who identify as Christian are more likely than those who have no religious affiliation to express negative feelings about immigrants and religious minorities. At the begin period of the 21st century there are still a large group of Christians who also consider themselves to be the rightful heirs of Jerusalem and the Holy Land. Looking at themselves as the sole legitimate heirs of the biblical promises because the Jews rejected and killed the Messiah.
In this last chapter on Zionism, Anti-Zionism, Anti-Semitism, Anti-Christianism we close by looking at the grown group who does not come directly from the ancient Hebrews and look at the fact that to come to a good solution we have to work at a genuine internationalism, and genuine international solidarity, with the knowledge that there can be no meaningful working together of ordinary people wherever tribalism or communalism dominates.
There are people who consider that God His testimony would have solely delivered to and for the Jewish people only. Everybody should know that God gave His inspired and infallible Word for all mankind, so that everybody should be able to come to know the Only One True God. In this article we discuss the Jewish Concerns Forum on their critical view of Messianic Jews and other Messianics.
We have come in a time where it is urgent to be an ambassador for our faith, which means we also do have to be an ambassador for Jeshua making his name known.
We have a.o. a look at a Messianic gentile his journey of faith and his discovery as a gentile of the Jewish Roots of his faith and examine who may call himself Messianic Jew and what for name could be suited to adapt when loving God and accepting His sent one Jeshua as the Messiah.