S2 EP10 | Making Messianic Judaism Less Messy

Episode 10 April 05, 2022 00:29:19
S2 EP10 | Making Messianic Judaism Less Messy
A Jew and a Gentile Discuss
S2 EP10 | Making Messianic Judaism Less Messy

Show Notes

In this episode of A Jew and A Gentile Discuss, Carly and Ezra talk openly about the sometimes messy and perhaps confusing realm of Messianic Judaism. What is it? Who’s part of it? And why should Gentile Christians care about it?  Ezra asks Carly, a Gentile Believer, what Messianic Judaism is. From there, the conversation delves into:

Along the Way

Along the way, they discuss these key matters and more:

Words You Might Learn in This Episode

Ecclesia, Mashiach, diaspora, kippah, Shabbat

Scriptures Referenced in This Episode

Romans 10:13, Joel 2:32, John 3:16, Deuteronomy 18:15, Psalm 16:8–11, Acts 2:22–36, John 14:3, Isaiah 7:14, Jeremiah 31:15, Jeremiah 31:31, Zechariah 9:9, Zechariah 11:12–13, Zechariah 12:10, Daniel 7:13–14, Daniel 9:24–27, Galatians 3:28, Romans 3:21–23, Matthew 16:13–17, 1 Corinthians 15:1–8, Romans 11:11–26, John 14:6, Acts 4:12, 1 Corinthians 12:12–27, Revelation 21:9

Previous Episodes Mentioned

S1 E3 – Difference Between Messianic Judaism and Christianity

S1 E15 – Israel: Promised Land and Political State

And with that, Season Two comes to a close. Be sure and watch for updates on Season Three, coming this Fall! And, you can always relisten to any conversation on our website A Jew and A Gentile Discuss or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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