Messianic Judaism

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Should the Jewish People Have Expected a Divine Messiah?

It’s not uncommon for modern Orthodox Jews to assert that the idea of a Divine Messiah goes completely against Scripture. But is there really no basis in Scripture for a Divine Messiah? Let’s look at few passages and find out. MOSHIACH IN THE BOOK OF DANIEL: Perhaps […]

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The Early Rabbinic Belief That G-d Has a Body: A Look at Genesis Rabbah

The more I learn about early Rabbinic Judaism, the more I’m coming to realize, despite protestations from modern Orthodox Judaism, that it is very Jewish to believe that G-d has a body.  To that end, here is a midrash I was reviewing this morning in which the […]

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Sukkah as Divine Body of the Moshiach: Latent Incarnational Teachings in Rabbinic Judaism

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God….And the Word was made His sukkah among us, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace […]

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