Hannah writes, "Was the "servant light" invented by the 1st-century Nazarenes, and then suppressed by the rabbinic community? The idea is not as crazy as it sounds."
Hannah writes, "London’s retail giant repeatedly refused my DVD order, citing vague “delivery restrictions.” A service blunder, or a secret boycott? After 10 days, Customer Service reps are still dodging the question."
Hannah writes, "Munther Isaac’s convoluted “theology of the land” is not new; in one form or another it has guided CATC since 2010. But to the best of my knowledge, his redefinition of “the Way, the Truth and the Life” from the person of Messiah to an ethical lifestyle IS new."
In part 5, the final part of the series, Hannah writes about a return to New Covenant accountability.
In part 4, Hannah writes about apostolic-prophetic accountability for the Lakeland alignment.
In part 3, Hannah writes about the role of prophets in apostolic alignment.
In part 2, Hannah writes about the issue of accountability in the International Coalition of Apostolic Leaders (ICAL)
Hannah writes, "As the call for “apostolic alignment” echoes through the Israeli Body of Messiah, we examine a principle that will determine its success or failure: Accountability."
Of all groups included in the ban, the AFSC peacemakers received the lion’s share of sympathetic media coverage. Is Israel stifling courageous Christian rebuke, or exposing world-class hypocrisy?
In response to U.S. President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, only a handful of Israeli activists toyed with Messianic third-temple dreams. But some Christians rushed to magnify that rabbinic fringe into an end-time prophetic drama. Meet a new strain of Rapture Fever.