Both Jews and Christians agree: a Jew who believes in Jesus (Yeshua) is now a Christian. So what reason could there possibly be for a Jewish follower of Yeshua *not* to want to be called a “Christian?” Is he just being disingenuous? Maybe he’s denying his faith. In this episode, Kevin explains both from the Scriptures and his personal experience, how Jews can legitimately believe in and give their lives to Yeshua, yet also retain their biblically Jewish identity—and why the whole world depends on it.


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2 comments on “Ep. 28 | Why I’m NOT a “Christian”

  1. Sabrina Springer Oct 1, 2022

    Is it possible for someone to convert from Christianity to become a Messianic Jew?
    Your testimony here is inspiring and moving. Shalom.

    • Thank you so much, Sabrina. There are some Messianic Jewish Synagogues that offer “conversion,” but this violates what Paul taught us in 1 Corinthians 7:19-20, “The circumcision is nothing, and the uncircumcision is nothing, but what matters is a keeping of the commands of God. Each one, in the calling in which he was called—in this, let him remain” (MJLT). I hope that answers your question!