Grafted In Tote Bag
Declare your faith in Jesus and your love for the Jewish people with this handy Grafted In Tote Bag. The ancient Messianic Seal, or Grafted In symbol, dates back to the second or third century A.D. It symbolizes two groups – the Chosen People of Israel and the Gentile Believers in Jesus – brought together through the Messiah. The menorah at the top represents the Jewish people, and the fish at the bottom symbolizes Gentile Believers. Two triangles –the base of the menorah and the tail of the fish – merge to form a Star of David. We’ve designed this unique logo to incorporate the Grafted In symbol with added meaning. The arrow below the fish symbolizes the grafted-in Gentile Believer pointing salvation back to Israel, and the 11:11 calls attention to Romans 11:11 and the Believers’ calling to live out their faith with a distinct awareness of its Jewish roots and with a burden for the Jewish people to know their Messiah.
The Dangerous Lie of Replacement Theology, CD by Jonathan Bernis
It may come across as harmless doctrine from well-meaning faithful Believers, but this errant doctrine has many Christians believing a lie. Whether it’s called “Replacement Theology,” “Supersessionism” or “Spiritual Israel,” this belief can give birth to hidden anti-Semitism within the Church and neglecting the Jewish people as those who need to hear the Good News that Jesus is the Messiah. In this important CD teaching, Rabbi Bernis answers questions about this dangerous lie.
- What is Replacement Theology?
- How and when did this false doctrine get its start?
- Why is it a lie? What does the Bible say?
- Why is it so dangerous?
- What can we do about it?