God grabbed hold of a Presbyterian pastor to take him to the religion of Messianic Jews. What follows is a mystery story that reveals answers to the dilemmas in a problematic faith. In traditional rabbinic Judaism it is blasphemy and in church doctrine it is heresy. But as a third biblical religion with its own soteriology it is neither false nor mistaken.
Untying the knot of contradictions in Messianic Judaism sheds light on the eminence of Judaism and the chauvinism of Christianity. It turns familiar assumptions upside down with a monotheistic hermeneutic for reading the New Testament and an inclusive soteriology unfolding the revelation of God's new idea. It is new wine that invites believers to a deeper devotion through reexamination of fundamental truths.
The majority of Messianic congregations share many of the beliefs and teachings of evangelical Protestantism, a choice that has not achieved the goals of the Messianic movement--because the contradiction in the evangelical assumption is real. Explore the alternative truths of radical monotheism through the eyes of a gentile convert from the church who learned to read the Bible with new eyes and met Yeshua (Jesus) again for the first time.