That they may see and know, Is.41:17-20
Does Paul’s gospel require obedience to God?
What do the laws of Shabbat have to do with Paul’s description of the time of the Lord’s return?
Was Israel cut off through unbelief?
Is Torah cancelled? Or is it the obligation of everyone? Is there a difference between a Jew and Gentile regarding Torah, based on Acts 15?
It’s not necessarily a bad thing that we gravitate towards like-minded people. The trouble is when we treat the rest as enemies.
Is the gathering of God’s people a spiritual metaphor for a physical reality?
But the Jerusalem above is free, she is our mother. (Gal.4:26)
Most people claim to reject replacement theology, but they are unaware that much of their understanding of Christianity is based on it.
to quote Aaron Eby of First Fruits of Zion, who is a Torah expert, language scholar and also a Messianic Jew, there is “no provision in the Torah which facilitates its annulment by virtue of someone keeping it.”