Torah-observant Messianism

is a faith of modern-day Believers returning to the perspectives and beliefs of first-century faith. The faith strongly emphasizes the completion of the unified "House of Israel" in Messiah Yeshua, made up of those that came into the Covenant. Followers believe that they have become a co-heirs and equal members of YHWH's chosen people through the blood of Yeshua the Messiah and that returning to the mindset of the first century assembly will provide deeper and more authentic insights into Hebrew idioms and first century cultural understandings presented in Scripture, for the main reason only: to understand the Torah-truths and teachings of the Scripture better.

 is the belief in the Messiah, the Saviour or Redeemer of the world, which is Yeshua; who is also the Son of YHWH. Messianics are the adherents of this Messianic faith, also called the Hebrew Roots faith. Not all of these believers are Torah-observant.

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