A Summary of Theology and Thought in Messianic Judaism/Printable version
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This chapter is about Messianic ideas in different groups within Judaism throughout history. For sections of Scripture thought by different groups to be Messianic, see Messianic Scriptures.
Pre-Yeshua Messianic ThoughtEdit
Dead Sea ScrollsEdit
New Testament/B'rit Chadashah EraEdit
Modern Messianic MovementEdit
Messianic Associations TodayEdit
Jews and Gentiles
This chapter is about how different groups and individuals within Messianic Judaism generally view the status of Jewish and Gentile believers, their relationship to each other, and their place in the Covenant. For information on the specific related issues of conversion to Judaism and how the Torah is interpreted by groups within Messianic Judaism, see Conversion and Role of Torah.
What is a Jew?Edit
What is a Gentile?Edit
Does the Torah apply to Gentiles?Edit
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For More Information
- Torah Resource - Contains a great deal of resources, both free and to buy. Most of it seems to be by Tim Hegg. 
- UNJobs - Articles by a few Messianic authors. 
- To start, I recommend Google Books.