Have you had trouble finding a podcast that provides solid and engaging content relevant to Messianic Judaism? If so, we have good news. First Fruits of Zion has launched Messiah Podcast, where Jesus is Jewish, and that changes everything!
Tune in to learn the teaching and kingdom message of Jesus from a Messianic Jewish perspective. We interview thinkers: scholars, pastors, Messianic rabbis, and others who are doing significant work in areas that relate to a Messianic Jewish reading of the Bible. Messiah Podcast is brought to you by Messiah Magazine, a publication of First Fruits of Zion.
Have Christians lost the original meaning and intention of first-century baptism?
Yeshua came proclaiming the good news of the kingdom, but what exactly is the kingdom? What happened to the message of the kingdom?
What happened to make Hanukkah such an enduring holiday? Why did Jesus celebrate Hanukkah? And why should his followers celebrate it today?
Should Messianic Judaism follow the rest of Judaism in rejecting the Christian doctrine of original sin? This edition of Messiah Podcast features a select reading from Messiah Magazine.
Messiah Podcast talks with Orthodox Jewish theologian David Nekrutman about why he’s invited Christians to keep the Sabbath.
Why are Baptists turning to Torah Club to know Jesus better? Why are Christians worldwide seeking Torah as a fundamental component for discipleship today?
Was Luke Jewish? And does the gospel of Luke affirm or deny the ongoing role of the Torah, the Jewish people, and the city of Jerusalem in God’s redemptive plan?
Should the disciples of Jesus celebrate the holy days of the Bible? Or would that be a step backwards in how we express our faithfulness to Jesus?
How is that prophetic vision of Isaiah beginning to unfold in the world and how can you be part of it?
In this inaugural episode of Messiah Podcast, pastor Jacob Fronczak, discusses his new book, Rethinking the Five Solaé, and answers the tough question, “Is Messianic Judaism compatible with the five foundations of Protestantism?”