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An Assessment of The Divine Invitation Teaching

A critical review of “One Law and the Messianic Gentile,” Messiah Journal 101 (Aug 2009), 46–70, published by First Fruits of Zion.

by Tim Hegg

FA April 23, 2018

In this review, Tim Hegg investigates the Divine Invitation teaching put forth by FFOZ. Divine Invitation teaches that the Torah is for the Jewish people. Gentiles, on the other hand, are not obligated, but invited to keep the Torah. This theology separates the body of Messiah into two groups. Hegg shows this teaching to be biblically baseless.

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