"Gentiles who devote themselves to Yeshua of Nazareth are not only disciples; they are his subjects, and he is their King. In that sense they relate to the nation of Israel and the Jewish people in the same way that a conquered and annexed people is subordinated to a conquering king. These Gentiles are no longer separated from the Messiah or “alienated from the commonwealth of Israel and strangers to the covenants of promise” (Ephesians 2:12). Instead, they share in the inheritance and the destiny of the whole nation. In keeping with this identity, the God-fearing Messianic Gentile should not hesitate to join the Jewish people in formal prayer," pg. 47 of First Steps in Messianic Jewish Prayer by Aaron Eby
Uh huh...uh huh...wait WHAT?
Okay, I don't know anything about Eby. But does this guy really think a subjugated person can have a good, healthy relationship with his or her conqueror? Does this sound like a normal, healthy family relationship?
FFOZ just keeps getting weirder and weirder. ALSO, it's interesting that FFOZ's new book on Jewish prayer, according to James Pyles, makes no mention of the laws of a minyan. That's very telling.
Someone who knows FFOZ leadership should press them on this subject: what do they believe about the laws of minyanim? I'd love to hear their answer to that!