Messianic Judaism

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Enmity Between Neighbors

Bentzi Gopshtain and members of his anti-assimilation organization Lehava protested at the entry to Immanuel Church, located adjacent to Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City, which was opened to the public this week at the peak of the Jerusalem Light Festival. Gopshtain told Arutz Sheva that the […]

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Maybe It’s A Relief Not To Be Jewish

The title of today’s little missive will probably rub at least some people the wrong way, but hear me out. Living with a Jewish wife, a non-Messianic Jewish wife, one who shares absolutely no common theology with me, is sometimes quite illuminating. Last week, the oldest son […]

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More Than Two Chances

What does being “contaminated by death,” and a traveling on a “distant road” have to do with us? These terms point to deeper concepts. A state of disconnection from God is a type of death. A distant road is place where we are far away from who […]

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