WHAT IS MESSIANIC JUDAISM?
"Messianic Judaism is a spiritual renaissance, a revival, a return to the faith as Messianic Jews had in the first-century, unencumbered by the traditions of men. It is a return to a pure and simple faith based upon having a living, vibrant and personal relationship with the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, through the Messiah Yeshua."
MESSIANIC JUDAISM or ORAL LAW?
"Rabbinic Judaism has existed for hundreds of years without a major emphasis on the Messiah because the foundation of Rabbinic Judaism is the Oral Law – the writings of the rabbis. The foundation of Messianic Judaism, on the other hand, is the person of Messiah spoken of in the Jewish Scriptures."
WHO IS YESHUA?
"Although the world is full of religions, the controversy surrounding the Messiahship of Jesus is unique, because both those who accept Jesus and those who reject Him base their beliefs on one and the same Book. Jews who follow Jesus say: “He must be the Messiah. He fulfilled all the prophecies of the Bible.” Jews who don’t follow Jesus say: “He can’t be the Messiah. He fulfilled none of the prophecies of the Bible.”
"More than any other book of the Hebrew Scriptures, the writings of the Prophet Daniel confront us with evidence of the time of Messiah’s coming – evidence that many people would rather not see......"
What do Albert Einstein, Rabbi Leo Beck and Sholem Asch all have in common? They are all Jewish men who spoke of Yeshua! Find out what they, and many other prominent Jewish scholars, had to say....
THE BUDDING OF AARON'S ROD
In Numbers 17, a dead rod blossomed overnight, to confirm Aaron as the spiritual leader God had chosen. What is the Messianic meaning of this event? How does this event point to Yeshua? Watch this powerful 6 minute video to find out! "And it shall be that the rod of the man whom I choose will blossom..." (Numbers 17:5)
WHAT ABOUT ME?
Have you ever tried to reach out and connect with God? You know He's out there somewhere, and you're searching for Him, but somehow, something is missing... Watch this 15min video with Rabbi Jeff to get some answers.
How to Have a Personal Relationship With God
Our Jewish traditions are beautiful, but they alone do not satisfy the inward longings of our hearts to know God personally.
How can we connect with the God of our Fathers? How can we enter into a personal relationship with God like Abraham, Moses and King David had?
Rabbi Jeff Forman answers these questions by presenting three biblical principles that will lead you into a deep, intimate and personal relationship with the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob...
HEBREW ROOTS MOVEMENT CRITIQUE
This is a doctrinal position paper, written by the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues (IAMCS) Steering Committee. It addresses certain errors which threaten the God ordained relationship between Gentile and Jewish believers. It concludes that our relationship is not found in law, and/or observances of ordinances or statutes; but, rather, "in the fellowship that we enjoy as both Jew and Gentile, cleansed by the blood of Messiah, and immersed by One Spirit into the same Body. Together we are the “seed of Abraham” by faith in the one God, and joint heirs of a Kingdom that will never fade."