- The Messianic blogosphere and me – Daniel is fed up with the discussions on Messianic blogs:
I’ve recently started to notice that for the most part interaction on the blogs I visit tends to be quite poor. There’s much circular debate and it’s hard to find a quality dialogue that builds on what is discussed before.
- Mixed – James on Jews, gentiles, and distinctions in the Messianic movement.
- Numbers 4 and the Messianic movement – Darren summarizes Messianic teacher Daniel Lancaster, saying we need more old wise people instead of all the crazy zealous young people. Even though I’m one of those crazy zealous young people, I agree – we need to cool down the zeal and head towards a more pragmatic approach.
- To convert or not to convert – Amusing, half-serious post by Derek Leman on some reasons gentiles ought not to convert to Messianic Judaism.
- John McKee on Jew/gentile equality and distinctions in the Messianic community. He nails it, offering a clear, big picture view of the the Jew/gentile issue in the Messianic movement.
- Pastoral Epistles – John McKee on 1st Timothy 2:8-12. Big issue tackled here in the analysis: women in leadership? Paul’s words here suggest no. McKee tackles this very touchy subject.
Enjoy the tasty bracha bits.