- 34% of Jews think that being Jewish is compatible with believing that Jesus is the Messiah (“a belief that’s theologically anathema to traditional Judaism,” said Forward in a page one article titled, “Jew? Christian? Both? Boundaries are Blurring”).
- Of Jewish Millennials (born after 1980), 32% would identify as having “no religion.”
- The intermarriage rate of Jews with a non-Jewish spouse has risen from 17% (before 1970) to 58% today.
- 32% of those interviewed said they had Christmas trees last year.
- 15% said they attended non-Jewish religious services at least a few times a year.
We affirm our belief in historic Christianity as revealed in the Scriptures and summarized in the three Creeds (the Apostles’, the Nicene, and the Athanasian) and the Thirty-Nine Articles. We recognize the need today for reaffirming the following beliefs:
(To learn more about the modern Messianic Movement’s beginnings, we recommend THE FIG TREE BLOSSOMS by Paul Liberman. To obtain a copy contact Kudo Publishing at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone them at 407-733-6984 or go to Amazon.com on this website. This book has been distributed to over 100,000 people in five language groups. And for that earlier Messianic Movement, just read the beginning chapters of the Book of Acts!)