April 30, 2017
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Is the Torah Only for Jews?

The Relationship of Jew and Non-Jew in God?s Covenant A response by Russ Resnik (Note: Click here to obtain Tim Hegg’s articles) The terms “Messianic Jew” and “Messianic Judaism” have been used ever more broadly over the past quarter century, so that today they apply to widely diverse groups and individuals. As an organization bringing […]

What is Messianic Judaism?

“Messianic Judaism is a movement of Jewish congregations and congregation-like groupings committed to Yeshua the Messiah that embrace the covenantal responsibility of Jewish life and identity rooted in Torah, expressed in tradition, renewed and applied in the context of the New Covenant.” – From the statement affirmed by the Delegates to the 23rd Annual UMJC […]

Is Judaism Jewish?

A response to Baruch Maoz, of pastor of Grace and Truth Church in RishonLeTsion, Israel. by Dr. Mark Kinzer, leader of UMJC Congregation Zera Avraham in Ann Arbor, Michigan and President of Messianic Jewish Theological Institute. In his recent volume, Judaism Is Not Jewish, Baruch Maoz provides a notable service for the Messianic Jewish movement […]

Does the UMJC Practice Conversion?

An Official Paper of the UMJC The issue is not whether Gentiles should or must become Jews to attain full status in the Body of Messiah. All Messianic Jews agree this issue was settled by the Apostles and Elders in Jerusalem in C.E. 49 (Acts 15). Believers from among the nations were not required to […]

Who is Yeshua?

Statement on the Identity of Yeshua:[The following is adopted as a statement of shared convictions which is intended as an introduction for a further discussion of soteriology (the doctrine of salvation). It does not replace or substitute for any part of our doctrinal statement, which is the foundational statement of the UMJC.]

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