What can you tell me about the anti-Semitism of Martin Luther? Is it true that Luther said some ungodly things about the Jewish people, actually having advocated violence against them?
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics talks about whether or not today’s Messianic community really has the ability to communicate to those of the Millennial generation.
I have heard that it would be improper to view the Ethiopian whom Philip encountered in Acts 8 as a “eunuch,” and instead should think of him as a “believer” from the Aramaic Peshitta, given how the Torah prohibits a eunuch from approaching the appointed place. Can you assist me with this?
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics talks about the present impact of the coronavirus, and its necessary impact on today’s Messianic movement as the “end-time move of God.”
J.K. McKee of Messianic Apologetics explores the Epistle to the Hebrews from a Messianic perspective. In this study, we will be reviewing Hebrews 12:14-29. Have your Bible handy, and be prepared to take notes!
TorahScope, Volume II is a second year’s compilation of insightful, reflective commentaries on the weekly Torah readings, gleaned from the studies and notes of William Mark Huey.
How do you, as a post-tribulational ministry, respond to the fact that we are spared from God’s wrath? Does this not mean that we are spared from the horrors of the Tribulation period?
I am having difficulty approaching the word that “the kingdom of heaven suffers violence, and violent men take it by force.” Does this mean that the Kingdom of Heaven is supposed to be a violent force? Has this not been abused in past history by the Church?
In Deuteronomy 4:2 we are told not to add commandments to those of the Torah, yet in Judaism, and in the Messianic movement today, we have many people who follow traditions of men that some claim are “commanded,” or at least authorized by God. I am confused.