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Acts 15 for the Practical Messianic (English Edition) de [McKee, J.K.]
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There is some shifting going on in today’s Messianic world as it concerns the unity that Jewish and non-Jewish Believers are to experience in Messiah Yeshua, and whether or not non-Jewish Believers are really called to obey God’s Torah. Much of this controversy is not based in an objective, historically conscious reading of the Scriptures—but instead in shifting ministerial alliances and religious politicking. The answer is not going to be found in evaluating who-said-what, but will be found in going to the Biblical text and in accurately evaluating what the trajectory of God’s Word is.

Around two decades after the ascension of Yeshua into Heaven, the message of salvation began being spread to the Mediterranean world outside the Land of Israel, and many from the nations eagerly embraced it. Was this just a bi-product of the message going to the Jewish people in the Diaspora, or was it the Father’s Divine plan? What was to take place with the new, non-Jewish Believers? Did they have to be circumcised and become Jewish proselytes? Or were all of the Believers, regardless of their ethnicity, to come together in a new environment rooted in the completed work of God’s Son? The Jerusalem Council of Acts 15 assembled to consider these issues, and it fairly ruled on what was to be done.

Too many of today’s Messianics refer to Acts 15 without a great deal of consideration for the context of the events as they took place in the First Century C.E. We often assume things that we should not assume, and we overlook things that we should not be overlooking. This study critically examines Acts 15 in detail, is engaged with current Acts scholarship, and tries to properly compare and contrast the ancient setting of the Jerusalem Council with some of what we see going on in the emerging Messianic movement today. What can we learn from all of this? What important lessons have we avoided for far too long?

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J.K. McKee (B.A., University of Oklahoma; M.A., Asbury Theological Seminary) is the editor of Messianic Apologetics (, a division of Outreach Israel Ministries ( He is a 2009 recipient of the Zondervan Biblical Languages Award for Greek. He is author of numerous books, dealing with a wide range of topics that are important for today’s Messianic Believers. He has also written many articles on theological issues, and is presently focusing his attention on Messianic commentaries of various books of the Bible.

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  • Editor: Messianic Apologetics (3 de enero de 2012)
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HASH(0x9d6c16c0) de un máximo de 5 estrellas A well documented work 12 de marzo de 2012
Por Pat Sheek - Publicado en
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J.K. McKee presents a scholarly explanation of the Jerusalem Council as recorded in Act 15. He describes the characters involved and the social and historical issues of the day with clarity. All of his work is well documented with quotes so you don't have to go to the bibliography and search so that you can verify what he says. In all of his work he does a good job of explaining the differences and nuances of today's Messianic Movement.
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HASH(0x9df59fcc) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Where's the Beef? 9 de abril de 2013
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I know I date myself with the title I use ... but the fact that you're here, reading this review and looking at the works of John McKee says that you are feeling a hunger for the weightier and more substantive things of God. You're finished with the milk and are now looking for the 'beef'. If you are already familiar with McKee's work then you know the exhaustive research that created each tome he's written. If you're new, then prepare to dine on some of the most spiritually solid food you've ever encountered. It will become apparent to you early on that McKee is being used in a large way by the Great I AM to change minds, hearts and attitudes!
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HASH(0x9d5ce24c) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Deepens your understanding of the apostolic view of Torah for non-Jews 27 de mayo de 2013
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Excellent book for the Christian or Messianic who desires to have a deeper understanding of the apostles' ruling in Acts 15.

The disciples' ruling has significant implications for Messiah's disciples. Are non-Jews required to keep the Torah in order to be saved? Did Peter imply Jews were never able to keep the Torah? Do non-Jews merely need to keep 4 laws? Are these the so-called "Noachide laws" of Judaism? Is circumcision totally irrelevant for gentiles in Messiah? And what does Amos' prophecy regarding the rebuilding of the fallen Tent of David have to do with gentiles and Torah observance?

McKee addresses these questions not merely with his own understanding, but gives a detailed exegesis of the Scripture from the light of modern Christian scholarship. He addresses alternative Messianic viewpoints, at times pushed by various Messianic Judaism leaders, and shows the strengths and shortcomings of those views. He arrives at conclusions that fit within the broad thrust of Scripture, conclusions with important implications for Yeshua's disciples today, conclusions that point to the validity and ongoing relevance of Torah for Messiah's followers, Jew and gentile.
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HASH(0x9d5ce114) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Importance of the Jerusalem Council 16 de agosto de 2013
Por Benjamin A. Myers - Publicado en
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When we better understand the decision of the Jerusalem Council concerning gentile inclusion in "an Israel maximized for God's purposes" and what that meant in first century congregational/community life, we can more fully understand our relationship to Torah and living out our life of faith in the 21st century. As always, J.K. McKee is thorough in his examination of the subject!
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HASH(0x9d5ce120) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Yet another excellent title by J.K. McKee 16 de abril de 2013
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J.K. McKee has established himself as one of a small handful of Messianic/Jewish/Hebrew-Roots scholars who has generated a solid body of balanced, scholarly work covering a broad range of topics -- and this title is no exception.

This is a 'go-to' commentary for anyone seeking clarification on what the Council's ruling meant to its first century audience, and contains valuable discussion on what it means for us today.
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