Hyper Hebrew Roots movement – 5. Do believers need to keep Torah?

1. What my definition of HHRM is 2. Popular but highly sketchy names in the movement – 3. Holidays, Shabbat, keeping & eating4. Sacred names5. Do believers need to keep Torah?6. Bad teaching that leads to apostasy7. what do real Jewish believers in Jesus think of this movement?8. How we can help people in HHRM

So what is Torah? 

bible diagram

This is the first 5 books of the bible.

There are lots of Hebrew Roots groups that have Torah in their name.  New2Torah, Wisdom in Torah, Torah Life Ministries, Joyfully Growing in Torah.  (this last one is mocking a similar sounding site for those leaving or have family affected by the HR movement)

So do we need to follow the first 5 books of the bible or all 66 books of the bible?   What do you think?

I’m not going to give you and answer on this.   C’mon, pick up a bible and do your own research.   Certainly not a dubious person on the internet like me.

Isn’t it best to say that believers in Jesus/Yeshua should be followers of the whole bible in context, rather than just the Torah to avoid any confusion?

There are many newer obligations (like this) we need to follow as believers in Jesus/Yeshua, some of the commandments are fulfilled by Jesus.    So dear readers, I’m not going to tell you what to think, you need to pick up that book ok?

1. What my definition of HHRM is 2. Popular but highly sketchy names in the movement – 3. Holidays, Shabbat, keeping & eating4. Sacred names5. Do believers need to keep Torah?6. Bad teaching that leads to apostasy7. what do real Jewish believers in Jesus think of this movement?8. How we can help people in HHRM

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7 comments on “Hyper Hebrew Roots movement – 5. Do believers need to keep Torah?

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