Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Links to Additional Torah Observant Organizations

Does anyone know anything about these organizations?  



I'm going to research them as I have time this week.  If anyone would like to provide a comparative analysis of these organizations (as they compare with other major Messianic organizations) it would certainly be appreciated.

Also, I desperately need to update my links section and also provide a new introduction section with a glossary.  If anyone has recommendations for links or terms/definitions or introductory items, please share in the comments section of this post.

4 comments:

  1. You might want to contact David Negley he is part of this org. Torah for all but Jews remain Jews and the rest of us who are not Jewish remain gentiles grafted into the covenant but not considered 'Israel' that title is only for Jewish brothers and sisters. David is very approachable you can find him on facebook.

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    1. Thanks, Dee. Yes, he is very approachable. He actually commented here recently and invited me to email him. So we've had some pleasant discussions.

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  2. I have been a member of CTOMC for several years, now. Their approach is full-on integration, Jews and Gentiles on completely equal footing--same standards for all. For awhile, that perspective was known as "One Law for All". CTOMC certainly holds to that view.

    I spoke at the annual conference in 2014, on the topic of "Torah Observant, Gentile-inclusive, Israel-centric"... which makes the acronym "TOGI". I believe that set of three principles provides the best foundation for a mature and balanced Messianic Judaism.

    I am always intrigued to see how others represent my views. :)

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    1. Hi David. I know that you believe and well most of us do that we are all part of the covenant when we come to know Him and accept His will in our lives. Yet I believe the one thing we dont agree on is that we are all part of Israel, called Israel and no longer called gentiles. That has always been at the middle of things. I know you see that we are all on equal footing as far as Torah is for all who accept Him. And boy have we had some doozies of conversations over the years about this one issue. Shabbat shalom

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