18 October 1975 Fellowship of Christian Testimonies to the Jews (FCTJ) condemns Messianic Judaism #otdimjh


On This Day In Messianic Jewish History

On October 18, 1975, the Fellowship of Christian Testimonies to the Jews concluded: “BE IT RESOLVED, therefore, that the FCTJ stand apart from and in opposition to Messianic Judaism as it is evolving today”

The following is taken from Yaakov Ariel, Evangelizing the Chosen People: Missions to the Jews in America, 1880-2000. David Rausch and Rich Robinson also give the details:

Harold Sevener of ABMJ (now Chosen People Ministries), William Currie of the American Messianic Fellowship (sic – the name had not come into general usage to describe Messianic Judaism but referred specifically to the Messianic ministry of Yeshua) and Marvin Rosenthal –

Rich Robinson writes in The Messianic Movement: A Field Guide for Evangelical Christians, Purple Pomegranite Productions, 2005), 47-48.

The Fellowship of Christian Testimonies to the Jews (FCTJ) was formed in the early 1950s by Fred Kendal and Emil Elbe. Kendal was General Director and founder of…

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