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Jew and Gentile: One in Messiah!


The Prophets tell us that in Messiah's kingdom, Jews and non-Jews will gather to worship together in the Jerusalem Temple under Jewish leadership. Fulfillment of this prophecy began in 1967 with the liberation of Jerusalem and the birth of modern Messianic Judaism.

This Forum is to provide a non-threatening and non-judgmental environment for seekers of Truth:

• Jews interested in learning more about Israel's King Messiah,

• non-Jews interested in learning more about the Hebrew roots of Christianity, and

• just plain ol' Messianic folks, Jews and Gentiles united in Messiah, who want to share their love for Messiah or their personal growth in Messianic Judaism.

This Forum is intended primarily for positive discussion that will heal the “wall of separation” between Christians and Jews (both Messianic and non-Messianic), and bring glory and honor to Yeshua HaMashiach. This Forum is not the place to tell other people how to live or what to believe. It is not intended primarily for Torah study or doctrinal debate, though this topic is certainly welcome as long as the tone remains non-threatening and non-judgmental.

This is not a Two-House/Two-Stick, Sacred Name, or "Word of Faith" theology forum.

"Flaming," Lashon Horah, or any other form of disrespect is not permitted. Please review the "Forum Guidelines" in the "Files" area (use the menu at the left side of the screen).

You may read more about me on my website or view my Yahoo! profile here.

Ari Levitt-Sawyer

ThM, ThD, DMin, MBA, CNHP

Messianic Pastor/Theologian

Moderator

[Revised 17 Jan 2010]

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