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At the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (MJAA) Messiah Conference 2022, Jonathan gave a presentation responding to arguments for replacement theology put forth in Pastor Andy Stanley’s book, Irresistible: Reclaiming the New that Jesus Unleashed for the World.
Questions this presentation covers include:
- What does replacement theology mean for the Jewish people?
- Did Yeshua teach that he came to end God’s covenant with Israel, to make the Torah obsolete in Matthew 5.17?
- Did the destruction of the Temple signal the end of Judaism and God’s covenant with Israel?
- Why did Yeshua have to die?
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