On Messianic Judaism

11: The First Messianic Jewish Establishment: From 45 to 67 CE

February 19, 2021 Daniel Nessim Season 2 Episode 11
On Messianic Judaism
11: The First Messianic Jewish Establishment: From 45 to 67 CE
Show Notes

In this longer episode, we explore the mostly unexplored, the presence of Jewish disciples of Yeshua around the Jewish world between the time when Jacob (James) the brother of John and the outbreak of the first Jewish revolt when the disciples fled to Pella, east of the Jordan. In this episode we see the development of Messianic Jewish networks and communities in the homeland of the Jewish people, to the north towards Antioch, to the East towards Babylon, and to the South beyond Alexandria and into Africa. We note the travels of the twelve Shlichim (Apostles) throughout and beyond the Jewish world, but always to the Jew first. Furthermore, we not a couple of the factors that began to separate Jewish and Gentile disciples.