Jews, Hebrews, Christians; does the Bible make a difference in who we are or what name we should use to describe ourselves? The world has lost the concept of nameology and what it means to the Father? The usage of names within the Bible and in our daily lives is very important and the religious world continues to misconstrue its meaning. Acts 4:12 state that there is only one name that is responsible for salvation, yet, the world calls the Messiah by hundreds of names. Deut 12:1-5 commands us to seek his house which has his name on it, but religions have placed their name on their house of worship worldwide instead. They teach that there is no salvation for the Jews or that it was the Jews that killed Christ. While there were Jews that was responsible for his death, there were Jews that followed him, kept his commandments, and were promised salvation. (John 8:31; 11:45; Acts 17:5; John 4:22). Since a Christian is a follower of Christ, does that make these Jews Christians? If other religions say that they are Christians, why do they subdivide themselves into other categories and call themselves names like Baptist, Methodist, etc? What about a Hebrew or an Israelite? Do these terms crown you as the chosen people selected by God? Join Al & Iveriy tonight as we discuss this most compelling topic.
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