Pj Miller has an interesting post from earlier this week.
I thought someone might be interested in reading this exchange between a Christian missionary and a declared Noahide. This now practicing Noahide was once a Christian, according to the account. Something to keep in mind as you read...be sure and click on the link at the bottom of the article to continue reading the rest at the forum.
From IsraelNationalNews: Learned Son of Noah Encounters a Christian Missionary
Also, someone who has been attending the same church for years, contacted me recently about a concern he has about a few changes which are taking place within his church. So I’m posting some links for him to research.
A bible teacher in his church began months ago to teach on the Hebrew roots of Christianity, but has now apparently moved on to embracing the Hebrew Roots Movement: teaching the class that true Christians are required by God’s law to keep Jewish holidays, feasts, etc. This teacher now follows the ministry of Michael Rood.
A false prophet if there ever was one…
Michael Rood is in fact a self-proclaimed Messianic preacher who was ordained as a Christian minister within the cult, The Way International (TWI).
While these two topics may not seem to be related they actually are.
There are in fact Christians who have become tangled in the Hebrew Roots movement, who have have left Christianity and embraced the Noahide movement. One I can recall was a fairly well known bible teacher on the Internet.
Last year I posted on a conference. (see: Noahide Nations World Conference). You may be interested in reading the comments left by those who responded. Bottom line is this movement denies Christ: plain and simple.
I also believe the entire Hebrew Roots movement is a false form of Christianity.
Not that our seeking to learn about the Hebrew roots of Christianity in itself is wrong, but when it goes beyond and takes on the form of an obsession, it can lead to an entirely ‘new’ or different form of New Testament Christianity, which in most cases it does. I’ve seen it lead to eventually delegating Christ to a lesser position in the God Head, or, to admittedly in rarer instances, denying him altogether.
“One type of the Hebrew Roots movement downplays the role of Jesus in salvation, implying strongly that He was just a good Jewish Rabbi of the first century rather than the unique Son of God. And they teach that the New Testament, while containing some inspirational material, is unreliable as the written Word of God. “ (Hebrew Roots Movement: The Claims)
Read the rest at her site.