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Messianic Judaism and The Committed Non-Jew

A good categorization of the types of non-Jews within Messianic Judaism.

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Will Messianic Judaism be the only expression of Judaism that excludes from full participation the Committed Non-Jew?

This is a question that faces us as we look to forming a true Messianic Judaism. This question is irrelevant for a “Messianic Movement”, which is really just Hebrew Christianity under a new name. This is an issue for a Judaism to deal with and in our discussion vital for a Messianic Judaism. As a Judaism we must ask Jewish questions and be prepared to give Jewish answers.

As a Judaism, we face a problematic issue, namely Non-Jews in Messianic Judaism and in the life of Messianic Jewish synagogues. This may seem to be a disturbing concept to many that see Messianic Judaism as the “Jewish Church” and the place of Messianic Judaism being the Jewish cultural form of the Universal Christian Church. But we have to deal with the issue of Non-Jews…

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This entry was posted on December 29, 2015 by in Shimshon's Blog, The Messianic movement, The Messianic Way Blog and tagged .
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