Category: No. 3

  • 39. Between Church and Synagogue: The Dilemma of Hebrew Christians and Messianic Jews

    Menahem Benhayim It is only within the past two centuries that Jews who embraced New Testament faith could – or would – begin to struggle to reaffirm the original New Testament view of a Jewish distinctive as valid within the Church. In apostolic times and briefly afterward the Jewish believer in Yeshua, while subject to […]

  • 38. The Relationship Between the Mosaic and New Covenants

    Louis Goldberg When most Gentile Christians are asked as to the status today of the Mosaic Law or Mosaic Covenant, the usual reply is that this covenant is no longer in force. A number of sources will be cited later on to this effect but generally the response is, based on an understanding of what […]

  • 37. The Greek Middle Voice

    Tom Hamilton The importance of the Greek Middle voice in our understanding of the New Testament writings has perhaps not yet been fully realised. This is because if languages change, and govern our ability to think and express thought, then our ability to both express certain linguistic aspects of New Testament Greek in up-to-date English, […]

  • 36. The Word of G-d

    Arye Powlison “The Word of G-d is living and active, and sharper than any two-edged sword. ” (Heb 4:12) There is a host of people in the Christian world who have focused on the Scriptures as though they were the source of their life. “In them you think you have eternal life.” (John 5:39). Eternal […]

  • 35. The Canon of Scripture

    Neil Owen Foreword Clifford Denton This issue of the journal is linked with the previous one, which explored the role of Rabbinic Judaism in our study of the roots of the Christian Faith. Whatever value Rabbinic Judaism may have we must be careful not to undermine the Bible. There is great value in extra-biblical studies […]