Ariel Ministries exists in order to evangelize Jewish people and to disciple Jewish and Gentile believers through intensive Bible teaching from a Jewish perspective.
In continuation of yesterday’s question, how would you address a self-proclaimed Messianic Jew who claimed that people like him have no place in the Church?
Why do you think it is that many Messianic Jews object to the word “Christian?”
If it is not possible for a Jew to stop being a Jew, then why and, more importantly, how is it that so many Jews dismiss their brethren who become believers in Jesus?
So what? What does it profit us to study the future of Israel? What does it profit us to study prophecy, at all?
How do you feel about organizations currently seeking to rebuild the temple? Are they early? Late? How about the people currently occupying the temple mount?
Some teach that the gathering in unbelief is happening right now. How do you feel about that? Is it correct? Is it forcing things into a box? Is it immaterial?
What is the stance that your local body takes on Israel’s future?
Now we’re at the end. Once again, so what? What does all of this mean to the practice of your faith? To your doctrine? Let us know if this matters to you, and why.
Is the future roll of the Remnant a desirable position? Would/do you want that responsibility?
Clearly, Israel has a role to play, in the future. What does that say about how we are/should be treating them, now?