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Most of what you will see here are digital articles that were originally published in our quarterly magazine, Israel’s Messenger. There are also additional posts relating to theology, current events, and sharing your faith with a Jewish person.

Glorification

Glorification

By Dan Bergman It had been a long time since God Himself breathed into his nostrils - 935 years to be exact. He had gotten old, weak, and sickly. The depravity of his own nature had taken a great toll, and was about to deal its final blow. He had seen the effects of...

Sanctification

Sanctification

By Ken Overby Salvation’s ongoing work of sanctification is the subject of chapter six through chapter eight verse sixteen of Romans. As believers in Jesus, we understand that salvation is “not of works.”1 Salvation is not only to be appreciated in the past or to be...

Justification

Justification

By Ken SymesThe Bible teaches that salvation for the believer is past, present and future. In the Bible, salvation past is embodied in the doctrine of justification. Of the 29 uses of this term and its derivatives in Paul’s writings, 25 are used in two of his...

ORTHODOX JUDAISM

ORTHODOX JUDAISM

Rev. Dan Bergman   Although the biblical period before the Jewish people returned from Babylonian captivity is linked with “modern Orthodox Judaism,” it differs in many ways from Abraham’s worship of the Creator, Moses’ giving of the Law, and David’s dynamic...

CONSERVATIVE JUDAISM

CONSERVATIVE JUDAISM

Rev. Ken Overby “To be conservative means to ‘conserve’ the Jewish traditions in the Torah and Talmud.” This was the comment of a Conservative rabbi when I asked him to explain his branch of Judaism to me. Only 18% of American Jews follow Conservative Judaism,...

REFORM JUDAISM

REFORM JUDAISM

Rev. Mark Robinson Up until the 19th century there was only one form of Judaism - Orthodox Judaism. Certainly there were Jewish people who were atheists and those who claimed to be agnostics. But if one wanted to practice the religion of Judaism it came in only one...

THE FULLNESS OF THE GENTILES

THE FULLNESS OF THE GENTILES

Rev. Ken Symes“The term ‘the fullness of the Gentiles’ refers to the present age in which Gentiles predominate  in the church and far exceed Israel in present spiritual blessing... the fullness of the Gentiles will be completed when God’s present task of winning Jew...

THE TIMES OF THE GENTILES

THE TIMES OF THE GENTILES

Rev. Dan Bergman The disciples likely had a sinking feeling in the pit of their stomachs. The Messiah had just prophesied of the Temple’s complete and utter destruction. Things were becoming terribly discouraging. Jesus had already begun to tell them of His coming...

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