Have you ever wondered what the word "apostle" meant to those living in the time the New Covenant was written? [...]
Among those who believe in the Bible as our absolute standard, the issue of divorce and remarriage remains a particularly [...]
Cody Archer and Andrew Ben-Arii In 1 Samuel 13:19-22 we see the people of Israel in a dangerous predicament, with [...]
Some people ask: "If I read the Bible and pray, why do I have to join a local church?" Well, [...]
The Scriptures show that we are all to be submitted to authority. We submit to authority, and we are given [...]
While the term “rabbi” is commonly used in Messianic congregations in the Diaspora, it is almost unheard of in Israel. Here are some thoughts...
Jewish tradition reflects the Priestly element, while the charismatic gifts reflect the Prophetic element. How do we find the proper biblical balance?
In past ages the Kingdom of God was identified with the rule of the Church. In more recent times, the Kingdom has been understood as the Millennial Age, something that has been postponed to the future. Both of these views contain Biblical truth, but do not describe the full picture of the Kingdom of God...
Apostolic order has two meanings; first we seek to order congregational life according to the teaching of the original Apostles in the first century as can be reasonably applied in our current day. Second we order our congregations under apostolic leaders who are chosen by God today and supernaturally confirmed as the servant-overseers of congregations. This is an issue of God’s government...
In the book of Romans we find the phrase "to the Jew first" three times: one for the gospel (1:16), one for wrath (2:9) and one for glory (2:10). I believe that this phrase is a continuation from the book of Genesis, in which the tribe of Judah was to "go first." The connection between the "Jew first" of the gospels and "Judah first" in the Torah reveals the consistency of divine order throughout the biblical covenants.