A publication of Tikkun International, Tents of Mercy & Revive Israel, January 2011   Vol 20, No 1

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Sweet 15
An Unparalleled Opportunity
Fire on the Mountain
Rabbinic Judaism - lessons from the Book of Acts

The condition of the Church should be of deep concern to all Messianic Jews. In order to birth Israel and the nations into the Kingdom of God, the Last Days Church must be a revived and unified church. We must be concerned about, what I call, "Accommodating Evangelicals".

Who are the Accommodating Evangelicals?

I would define Accommodating Evangelicals (including Pentecostals and Charismatics) as evangelical Christians who significantly embrace contemporary culture and its norms. They identify more with the contemporary culture than Evangelicals did in the past. They tend to be more politically correct. Some, but not all may lean more to the political left, but there is also a right wing type of accommodation with regard to the Jewish people. Accommodating Evangelicals want to be accepted by their cultural peers and not be viewed as a deviant group on the cultural margins of society. They hope that the culture sees them as credible. Their question is, "how do we gain greater credibility in society so that our witness can be more embraced?" This is a legitimate question that I will answer below.

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