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Friday, 17 May 2019
To remain practicing Jews

David Ruolph shares a growing scholarly perspective:

A growing number of New Testament scholars now concur with Wyschogrod that an important implication of the Jerusalem Council decision is that Yeshua-believing Jews were to remain practicing Jews. To put it another way, the Jerusalem Council validated Messianic Judaism as the normative way of life for Jewish followers of Yeshua.

This perhaps shouldn't be surprising to us - but do you agree with it? Do you think it is the consensus among the Messianic Jewish movement today? Or do you think that as a community we struggle with the idea there being more of an obligation than permission?

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