messianic movement

Havurah Interview: Paul Liberman

Paul Liberman has been a Jewish believer in Yeshua since 1971. He has had extensive leadership involvement with the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America, for which he currently serves as president, the International Messianic Jewish Alliance, and Messianic congregations in the U.S. and Israel. He has served as publisher of The Messianic Times and is […]

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Messianic Unity-Is It Finally Happening?
Author: Aaron Trank

This past April, thirty-one key leaders in the Messianic movement convened in an upper room in Dallas, Texas. Each of us, representing a broad spectrum of congregations and missions, had taken time out of our busy schedules to attend a “Fireside Chat” that would last less than eight hours. Most of those in the room […]

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Irreconcilable Differences? part 1

Given the polar opinions regarding Some Messianic Jews Say Messianic Judaism is Not Christianity: A Loving Call to Unity” we thought we’d present two reviews of Stan Telchin’s new book from two of our staff members. part 1 by Jhan Moskowitz | part 2 by Rich Robinson The adage, “You can’t judge a book by its cover” may […]

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Irreconcilable Differences? part 2
Author: Rich Robinson

Given the polar opinions regarding Some Messianic Jews Say Messianic Judaism is Not Christianity: A Loving Call to Unity” we thought we’d present two reviews of Stan Telchin’s new book from two of our staff members. part 1 by Jhan Moskowitz | part 2 by Rich Robinson Stan Telchin—in his usual pastorly fashion—is responding to what he sees […]

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Messianic Jewish Classics, by various authors
Author: Rich Robinson

Various titles. David Baron, Adolph Saphir, A. Bernstein. Jerusalem: Keren Ahvah Meshihit, 1999-2000. Jewish believers in Jesus share a common history and destiny. It’s easy to find books that address that destiny in the context of God’s future plans for Israel and the Church. But until now, not much has been available concerning our shared […]

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Jewish Identity and Faith in Jesus
Author: Rich Robinson

Edited by Kai Kjµr-Hansen. Jerusalem: Caspari Center, 1996. 171 pages. $9.95, paper. Kai Kjµr-Hansen has put together another book of seventeen essays following The Death of the Messiah, which he edited in 1994. The theme this time is Jewish identity. For anyone who knows anything about the contemporary movement of Jews who believe in Jesus […]

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Joseph Rabinowitz and the Messianic Movement: The Herzl of Jewish Christianity
Author: Rich Robinson

Kai Kjµr-Hansen. Edinburgh: The Handsel Press; and Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1995. x, 262 pages. $16.99, paper. In 1882 a Russian Jew named Joseph Rabinowitz traveled to Eretz Israel to explore the feasibility of a Jewish settlement there. He returned home, as Kai Kjµr-Hansen tells us, with a new-found faith: that Jesus was the Jews’ […]

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Sweet Singer of Israel: Unpublished Poems and Devotional Thoughts of Max I. Reich, With a Memoir by His Son
Author: Rich Robinson

Max Reich and John Reich. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1972. Distributed by Ayer Company Publishers. 191 pages. $17.95, cloth. This unusual book is a little gem for anyone interested in Jewish missions and Jewish Christians. Max Reich (1867-1945) was for fifteen years head of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute until his death. […]

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A Messianic Progress Report
Author: Mitch Glaser

These are exciting days for Jewish believers in Jesus…perhaps the most exciting since the first century! The Messianic movement has made tremendous headway in dispelling the myth that developed—the myth that Jews cannot believe in Jesus. The dynamic growth which has taken place in the last twenty years is not merely the work of gifted […]

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Lights: Blinking or Blazing?
Author: Mitch Glaser

What do Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Mitch Glaser have in common? We’ve all been on the road to Singapore.” Only I wasn’t singing and dancing and ogling Dorothy Lamour. Well, actually, I did do some singing and just a little dancing…but the only thing I ogled was some magnificent scenery. I was just one […]

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One New Man

For he (Messiah) himself is our peace, who has made the two one and has destroyed the barrier, the dividing wall of hostility…to create in himself one new man out of the two, thus making peace… (Ephesians 2:14, 15) Can anything be done to bring down the centuries old barrier between us? With increasing frequency, […]

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