Daniel writes, "In general a basic level of doctrinal and behavioral standards are to be maintained by congregational discipline and in my view, movement discipline."
Daniel writes, "The problem in this teaching is that these promise statements in the Bible are said to be absolute according to a very strict interpretation. "
Daniel writes, "Let us keep in mind that the extension of the Kingdom in Yeshua to Israel and the nations will eventually reach this goal of world redemption."
Daniel writes, "As I look back on my four years of college skepticism, I now see the evidence of our faith as, almost a tsunami of evidence, an overwhelming flood of evidence (as Josh McDowell says)."
Daniel writes, "We really have to create an alternative culture and education, and from this base invade the culture and fight the battle for language. This will require great prayer, evangelism and revival."
Dan writes, "The doctrine of the inerrancy of the Bible is one of the most important foundations for Biblical faith that unites Messianic Jews and Christians. Its loss is a terrible danger."
Daniel writes, "Many of us long for the moves of the Holy Spirit and believe they are essential. As we pray for revival it is important to correctly diagnose this barrier. The problem here is not tradition, but tradition that is applied and used in the wrong way."
Daniel writes, "Israel is first and foremost interested in how American policy relates to it as a nation. They believe the Obama administration treated them unfairly. Israel was regularly blamed for the lack of progress in the peace process..."
Daniel shares on the restoration of the church and Israel according to scripture. What does this look like in our day?
Daniel writes, "As God's covenantal people, Abraham's descendants experienced times of prosperity and blessing yet there were also long periods when they were expelled from the land, persecuted and seemingly abandoned by God. The question is why?"