Teahching the MESSIAH's Way, from the very first Hebrew word of Genesis to the very last Greek word of Revelation.

What is MESSIAH Theology?

A brief introduction and explanation:

MESSIAH Theology is an impassioned call to return to the ancient and infallible Theological perspective of JESUS and those He personally mentored (as recorded in the Final 27 books of The Holy Bible). Hebrews 1:1-2, Jude 1:3, 1 Timothy 6:3-5

For a Christian, their theology is their intellectual foundation or starting point that affects how they perceive every aspect of the Bible, as well how they conduct themselves each day. Whether a disciple of JESUS has intentionally tested and carefully formed their theology, or just accepted it from some other human being, every follower of JESUS has received a theological perspective of some kind. Acts 2:42, Romans 16:17

With this in mind, in obedience to the Biblical command to "test all things", we must diligently analyze our theology from the root to the fruit to see if it meets the test of Scripture. And above all, we must test our theology to see if it mirrors the perfect perspective of the MESSIAH. 1 Thessalonians 5:21-22, Romans 13:14

For example: As seen in "An Introduction to MESSIAH Theology" - neither JESUS nor any of His disciples, including the Apostle Paul, would have ever labeled the books of Scripture that are historically found between Genesis and Malachi "The Old Testament". When the men JESUS personally mentored spoke about and quoted the books found between Genesis and Malachi, they called them "the Holy Scriptures" or "the Law and the Prophets". Romans 1:1-2, 2 Timothy 3:14-15, 1 Timothy 5:18

Additionally, when the Epistle to the Hebrews discussed the elements of the first covenant that were "shadows" of the New Covenant in the MESSIAH, the letter plainly reveals that those shadows were accurate earthly representations of certain perpetual Heavenly realities. As the Apostle John confirmed in Revelation, the Tabernacle of the Testimony and the Ark of the Covenant are in Heaven with JESUS and the FATHER, they are not destroyed, set aside, or abolished. Hebrews 9:11, Hebrews 8:2, Revelation 15:5, Revelation 11:19

Likewise, when 1st Corinthians, Hebrews and Jude discuss the events of the Exodus recorded in the books of Moses, each inerrant document explains that the Exodus of the children of Israel from slavery in Egypt perfectly foreshadowed the Christian's Journey of Salvation in the MESSIAH. 1 Corinthians 10:1-11, Hebrews 3:7-4:11, Jude 1:5

In a similar manner, when recording details of the death, burial, and resurrection of JESUS CHRIST, and the sending of the HOLY SPIRIT at Pentecost, the Feasts of Leviticus were the obvious Chronological Context used by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Also, the Apostles and Disciples of JESUS continued to use those same feasts as chronological references in their letters and historical accounts. John 19:14-16, Matthew 28:1, Acts 2:1, 1 Corinthians 16:8, Acts 27:9, Acts 18:21, Acts 20:16, 1 Corinthians 5:7-8

In truth - when considering how we should approach Scripture, in regards to labels, language, interpretation, abrogation, transmission, and much more - JESUS and those He personally mentored supply us with ample guidance regarding how we should understand and approach every aspect of GOD's Word. 2 Peter 1:20-21, James 1:21-22, James 2:10-12

Therefore, with the MESSIAH's perspective as our foundation, MESSIAH Theology Ministries has developed a thorough systematic theology that addresses all of the classical categories of theological study. To learn more about this systematic theology we call "MESSIAH Theology", we invite you to view our MESSIAH Theology Video Series on youtube or download a free PDF Volume from the growing library of MESSIAH Theology books Below.