The Besorot Tovot (Good News / Gospel) was preached to the Jews first and then to the Gentiles.
By 1969 Israel began to appear in the first synagogues or Jewish community of believers and from there to this day the movement is now becoming better known.
Reading Jewish Brit Hadashah (New Testament) is possible because this is a book that was written by Jews, despite all the criticism that the traditional Jewish uncharacterized trying to demonize him as a Jewish book, which entails the impossibility of a Jew traditional own it.
The reading / interpretation of the Christian New Testament can so disfigure the writings which can easily lead one to believe that a book is in fact non-Jewish or anti-Jewish.
A large part of this is not done in a roundabout way, but precisely because of the simple disconnection with Jewish culture, which force them to make interpretations often extremely misleading, if not dangerous (antisemitic).
An honest reading of the New Testament will reveal a mind behind the Hebrew writings.
The traditional Judaism, notoriously, does not recognize in any way as inspired by God's books we call the "New Testament".Judaism having only the "Old Testament" doo focuses its modern Messianic Judaism is not unique in the sense that now the Jews are believing in Jesus.
There has always been a remnant of the house of Israel who believed in Yeshua for all séculos.utrina in the Pentateuch, the Torah.
Christianity, in turn, has the writings of the "Old Testament" in your Bible, but the doctrinal basis is essentially established by the New Testament.
Messianic Judaism is obliged to, by nature of being Jewish, to maintain its doctrinal base centered in the Torah, however, because he believed that Jesus is the Messiah of Israel recognizes the New Testament writings as the final revelation of the will and love of God.
It is true that there are many, and certainly the majority of Jews who are believers in churches and yes, they profess their faith in Yeshua in the manner fully Christians, living almost one hundred per cent off from reality and therefore the Jewish community. It is these Jews who remain Jews, we're talking about.
Do not go into the question, but there are so many Jews living in the middle conservative orthodoxy and who recognize the Messiahship of Yeshua of Nazareth.Set "Messianic Judaism" is a single sentence to simple, but it is necessary to contextualize it, otherwise it will quickly fall in the common grave of the new religions and heresies.Then, in a phrase, Messianic Judaism could be summarized as follows:
"Practice of Jewish religious recognizing Yeshua (Jesus) as the promised Messiah."