J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics discusses how events within 2020 have changed the ministry approach of Outreach Israel. Lines between theology, ministry, and current events/politics are much more easily crossed—particularly as the Messianic movement needs to begin to see itself as the end-time move of God.
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics goes through the six study questions for Unit Five in The Messianic Walk workbook:
1. What do you, and/or your family, expect to get out of being a part of a Messianic congregation? Have you fully considered all, or at least most, of the dynamics of what it means to be involved in the restoration of Israel?
2. What might be some of the similarities, but also differences, between a Messianic Jewish congregation, and (a) a Jewish synagogue, (b) an evangelical Protestant church? Speculate if necessary.
3. Are you concerned at the presence of false teachings within the Messianic movement? How might this affect your involvement in a Messianic assembly? (If necessary, describe your experience.)
4. Do you have the perseverance and fortitude to truly see your involvement with the Messianic movement through, to whatever God has intended for it?
5. In your estimation, how important is it for the Body of Messiah to experience unity? Why do you think people have a tendency to divide over what are ultimately minor issues?
6. While Jewish and non-Jewish Believers do have their differences—do you think it is useful for Messianic congregations to focus on differences first, or common faith first? Which approach do you think will encourage unity, mutual honor and respect, and a pooling of gifts and talents?
Is there any academic validity with Hebrew letter pictures, i.e., interpreting various Hebrew words through the representations of each letter in its spelling?
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics responds to three categories of questions: Tanach (OT), Apostolic Scriptures (NT), and theology/Biblical Studies.
1. Is it true that there are people in the Hebrew Roots movement who support polygamy?
2. The crowds recognized that God gave Yeshua a unique authority as a man.
3. What is the Messianic movement’s position on women in ministry?
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics interviews David Schiller, discussing some of the unique challenges, but also opportunities, that can exist when people in the Messianic Jewish movement and Hebrew Roots movement—can actually find themselves agreeing on various matters.
Who do you believe that the Nephilim of Genesis 6 were? Do you believe that these were fallen angels who had sexual relations with human females?
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics discusses how it is commonly concluded that non-Jewish Believers called by God into today’s Messianic movement, are often thought of as being like Ruth. What does this actually mean in our day? How serious it is?
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics discusses how “Israel” is used in some varied ways across different historical periods within the Bible.
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics addresses the significant challenges that have been presented by Two-House advocates, and their frequent claim that salvation going only “to the lost sheep of the House of Israel” means that only the Lost Tribes can be saved.