Why was the Temple destroyed? Should Jewish Believers follow Jewish tradition? [Subscribestar Mailbag!]
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00:00 - Introduction to the Mailbag
2:27 - Why was the Temple destroyed? What about the sacrifices after Yeshua's crucifixion and resurrection?
19:58 - Bad and Good Reasons to be a Messianic Gentile [Bonus Question!]
30:13 - Should Jewish Believers follow Torah? What about Jewish Tradition?
The Shema's Impact on the Gospel and Replacement Theology
Did Jesus Come to Destroy the Law? (Jonathan's Treatment of Matthew 5)
Did Paul Teach Against Torah in Acts 21?
Christmas is Not Pagan - Inspiring Philosophy
Easter is Not Pagan - Inspiring Philosophy
Anders Runesson, “Saving the Lost Sheep of the House of Israel: Purity, Forgiveness, and Synagogues in the Gospel of Matthew,” Melilah 11 (2014), 8-24.
Russ Resnik, "Messianic Jewish Ethics," in Introduction to Messianic Judaism: Its Ecclesial Context and Biblical Foundations
Stuart Dauermann, "Messianic Jewish Outreach," in Introduction to Messianic Judaism: Its Ecclesial Context and Biblical Foundations
Joseph Culberson, "Rediscovering My Gentile Roots," in Kesher Journal