Contending for a Restorationist Messianic Judaism

Contending for a Restorationist Messianic Judaism Dan Juster

The phrase “Restorationist Messianic Judaism” is a moniker for our distinct biblical convictions. When we say “Messianic Judaism” we communicate an alignment with the mainstream of the Messianic Jewish movement world-wide, with a history which extends back to the fathers of our movement in the early 1970’s. The mainstream conviction for this movement even then…
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Seven Ways Messianic Jews Fulfill their Irrevocable Calling – part 2 Ron Cantor

In part one of my article last month, I began describing how although most believers in Yeshua have no conflict with  accepting that Jews were God’s chosen people in the Old Covenant, many today still misunderstand Israel’s irrevocable  calling as described in Romans 11:29 and the calling for both Jews and Gentiles together in the…
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Messianic Judaism – Is That Something New? Rabbi Michael Weiner

Let me answer the question. By that name and by some standards, yes, Messianic Jewish communities of the modern era began only about 50 years ago. That would be new by most standards. Before the term “Messianic Jewish” became popular, the term “Hebrew Christian” was used. The term “Christian” itself wasn’t used until Acts 11:26.…
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