Monthly Archives: August 2011

Blog is Off to Wed

I’m leaving tomorrow and will be away for two weeks for my wedding and honeymoon. Hold your fingers crossed for Lukas and me, and look for a new post after August 31st! Wishing a lovely end of summer to all … Continue reading

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Why Can’t The Church Stay Jewish?

A few years ago, before I had been baptized, I visited a Messianic Jewish congregation. My main question upon leaving the service was: where, exactly, are the Jews? The two rabbis leading worship seemed to be Jewish, as did a … Continue reading

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Jewish Christians Meet in Helsinki

Thanks to Brother Gilbert for posting this press release about the Second Helsinki Conference on Jews In The Church, a gathering of Jewish-Christian scholars from multiple denominations for a “discussion of crucial issues concerning the relationship of the Body of … Continue reading

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