About The Book "History of Messianic Judaism"
An amazing history of 2000 years.
Contrary to what many people consider, the historical reality confirms and teaches
us that Messianic Judaism, in addition to being the oldest current of Judaism, is
also the origin and theological support of Christianity.
For two millennia, Jewish and Christian leaders have invented an endless series of myths and fallacies. The former to rid themselves of their brother for believing that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah as announced by patriarchs and prophets, while the latter have promoted violent and bloody stages of anti-Semitism to remain with the vineyard, so that between them they almost managed to make disappear his footprint and presence. But as the wise Rabbi Gamaliel warned the high priest and other members of the Sanhedrin who persecuted the Messianic Jews in the first century, “… stay away from these men and leave them alone. For if this plan or undertaking is of men, it will come to an end; but if it is of God, you will not be able to stop them. You might even be found fighting against God” (Acts 5:38-39).
The history of Messianic Judaism is enriching in various ways and helps to illuminate with greater intensity that the divine truth revealed in the Holy Scriptures (the Bible) is the path of G-d’s people, allowing Jews to understand and reconcile various aspects of their ancient faith that is generally unknown to them, as well as allowing Christians to discover the Jewish roots and foundations of their beliefs.
The postmodern believer should understand that Judaism and Christianity are one and the same faith. It is a common faith that has been divided by the spiritual forces about which the Scriptures warn, as well as the religious and intellectual pride that has dominated the lives of countless intolerant leaders, both Jewish and Christian, even addicted to power, forgetting that the essence of the Judeo- Christian faith is one and eternal: Love! A love that is presented in the work and person of the only righteous Yeshua ha Mashiach! (Jesus the Messiah).