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Balance between Messianic Judaism?

Discussion in 'Messianic Judaism' started by Messianic Jewboy, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. mercy1061

    mercy1061 Newbie

    Are you saying they do not honor torah? Do they keep the 10 commandments, eat clean/kosher meat diet, holy days?
    If they do not, then how can they bring balance to mj? How does catechism support torah?
  2. Avodat

    Avodat Contending for Biblical truth

    Other Religion
    Ok - now I see where you are going with this. The word 'evangelical' relates, almost wholly, to Christians. for obvious reasons. That said, the Christians most likely to become Messianic belevers are evangelicals because they are more likely, in their acceptance of The Book at face value, so to speak, to be open to teaching along Messianic lines.

    The word 'evangelical' does not impute, or imply. any previous connection with the various rites of passage in Judaism. In fact evangelicals can be anti-semitic, as can happen with the every group in every other non-Jewish religion.

    However, evangelicals are more prominent in the Messianic movement than any other group of Christians. They bring with them a keen attention to the truth of the word, in contrast with liberals who tend to dismiss large chunks of The Book as a matter of course.

    'Evangelical' does NOT apply to any other religion, again for obvious reasons.