Apologetics Hebrew Roots Theology

Gentiles and the Law

A Gentile Christian choosing to keep Jewish cultural traditions is a bit like an American choosing to adopt Japanese cultural traditions. It’s not necessarily “wrong,” but it seems a bit arbitrary. Let me explain. There are Gentle Christians today—people who profess faith in Jesus but aren’t of Jewish ethnicity or descent—who choose to do things […]

R. L. Solberg 
Apologetics Hebrew Roots Theology

The Dangers of the Hebrew Roots Movement

There is a theological movement called Torahism—you might know it better as Torah-observant Christianity or the Hebrew Roots Movement. Torahism teaches that Christians today should be “keeping Torah,” by which they mean we should be keeping the Law of Moses (aka the “Old Testament law”). The New Testament teaches that keeping these Mosaic traditions is permitted for Christians, […]

R. L. Solberg 
Academic Theology

Acts 15: Two Laws?

The Jerusalem Council (Acts 15:1-29) speaks directly to the relationship of Gentile believers and the Law of Moses. But does it also offer insights on the relationship between that Law and Jewish believers in Jesus? In his article, Was Paul Championing a New Freedom from—or End to—Jewish Law?, Dr. David Rudolph, a Jewish believer in […]

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