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Jewish Roots (Part 2)

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The Jewish Roots MovementSteve Gregg

Steve Gregg explores the distinction between Jewish and Gentile Christians and how it relates to their religious practices and beliefs. He discusses the use of labels such as "Messianic Jews" and the disagreements within the church regarding the adherence to Jewish customs. Gregg highlights the importance of understanding cultural sensitivities and exercising grace in these matters. Additionally, he delves into the concept of righteous requirements of the law, emphasizing the moral aspects rather than strict ritual observances.

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