Messianic Apologetics
25 October, 2019

John MacArthur, Beth Moore, and “Go Home!”

At a recent conference celebrating his fifty years in ministry, John MacArthur was asked a two-word question: “Beth Moore.” His response: “Go home!” MacArthur is well known for supporting a complementarian doctrine that only males are allowed to lead and teach in the ekklēsia, and so Moore, as a woman found teaching a mixed groups of females and males, stands in stark contrast to such an ideology.

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18 October, 2019

Texas-style Chili

loosely based on the award-winning chili recipe from The Diner, Norman, OK Ingredients: 1 large onion 2 lb. ground chuck 85/15 1 tube turkey sausage or beef chorizo 28 oz. can of crushed tomatoes 28 oz. can of tomato sauce 8 oz. can of tomato paste 6 tbsp. chili powder 3 tbsp. paprika 3 tbsp. […]

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18 October, 2019

Michael Brown on “Are Gentile Christians Spiritual Jews?”

You can technically affirm a non-Jewish Believer in Israel’s Messiah as a “spiritual Jew,” without holding to replacement theology. Yet, given some of the complexities of Paul’s letter to the Romans, does Romans 2:28-29 speak to non-Jewish Believers being “spiritual Jews”—or does it instead speak to how a Jewish Believer in Yeshua, may truly be regarded as Jewish, precisely because of a circumcised heart resultant of Messiah faith? Many people in today’s Messianic Jewish movement would regard Jewish Believers in Yeshua as Completed Jews.

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