Torah-Observant Messianic Jews (Netzarim)
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To date, 23 of June 2018 there are about 1,500,000.00 of people believing in Yeshua like the Mesias of Israel and that follow the precepts and commandments of the Torah in his daily life and about 1 million additional people who are not affiliated to any institution or Congregation but practicing the Jewish roots of faith. These people are called “Messianic Jews” or “Netzarin Jews”. Read more
Many people, including Bible scholars, afirm that Paul said that women cannot be in any important position in congregations. This is false.
This false assumption is based on:
1 Timothy 2:12-15: “And I do not allow a woman to debate publicly nor to usurp the authority of a man, but to be in silence Read more
Many think that the Elohim law for food According to Acts 10:9-23 has been abolished, or they say it does not apply to Christians today.
THAT IS TOTALLY FALSE. LETS SEE Read more
The tabernacle was built in the year 1447 BC. The temple of Salomon was built the year 967 BC and was destroyed by Babylon the year 586 BC. Then it was rebuilt by Nehemias in the year 516 BC and was constantly improved until the year 24 ad by Herod. It was again destroyed in the year 70 A.D. and has remained unrebuild since that year, but in a few years it will be rebuilt again.. Read More
According to Judaism 101 (http://www.jewfaq.org/whoisjew.htm) a “Jew is any person whose mother was a Jew or any person who has gone through the formal process of conversion to Judaism“.
The dictionary http://www.yourdictionary.com says that a Hebrew is: “A member or descendant of a Semitic people claiming descent from Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; an Israelite; a Jew”.
If you or I are not born from a jewish mother or have not gone through a formal convertion to Judaism, but love Torah and are observant of all its precepts and follow Yeshua as the Messiah of Israel, what are we biblically? Read more
Many experts affirm that Peter and Paul’s bones are in the Vatican.
Is that true? Let’s see… Tertullian (c. 180 C.E.), writing in Latin, mentions the martyrdom of Peter and Paul under Nero in Rome. Read more
The argument that the doctrine of the Trinity is not true because the exact word “Trinity” is absent from the Bible is very sloppy at best. The basic problem is that all the scriptures that support this false doctrine are almost always taken out of context. Read more
¿When was the Creation according to the Tanack? At what time was the universal flood? When was the Temple of Israel constructed? The Bible has the answers to this questions. We only need to have confidence in the Word of the Eternal Creator and to know the given dates in the Tanack (A.T.); with them we can interlace the dates with some certainty and discover what we are looking for. Read more