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The Effect of Mysticism and Gnosticism on the Messianic Movement J.K. McKee

The Effect of Mysticism and Gnosticism on the Messianic Movement

J.K. McKee

Published May 3rd 2013
ISBN : 9781484870938
Paperback
82 pages
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As todays Messianic community strives to return to the First Century faith of the Disciples and Apostles, we will not just be facing common problems like adultery, idolatry, or even sins such as lying. We will also contend with some of the veryMoreAs todays Messianic community strives to return to the First Century faith of the Disciples and Apostles, we will not just be facing common problems like adultery, idolatry, or even sins such as lying. We will also contend with some of the very specific religious problems that the First Century ekklesia faced. Very few when examining Scripture, unfortunately, consider it in its historical context. Many do not have an understanding of First Century Judaism, Greco-Roman religion, Second and Third Century Christianity, and the various mystery religions and cults that existed. Too many fail to consider the gross religious errors that were circulating throughout the First Century that affected the early Believers in Yeshua-and how some of these same errors are affecting Believers today. Have you encountered any current Messianic teachings that relate to Jewish mysticism, Kabbalah, numerology, Hebrew letter pictures, the Bible code, or the Gnostic Scriptures? Do you ever question where these things actually originate and where they are seen in religious history? Are you wondering if these things have any Biblical basis and true spiritual value? Messianic Apologetics editor J.K. McKee directly addresses the problem of mysticism and Gnosticism in the Messianic movement, and how we need to be aware that these things are being used by the enemy to draw many people away from the truth of the gospel and mission that God has for us beyond some of the extremes we often face.