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Friday, September 27, 2019

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

The Denver Declaration - Summer 2019


During the course of 2017-2019 a number of believers in Messiah – Jesus – realized from their doctrinal backgrounds that the major theological paradigms now prevalent primarily within evangelical circles were either inherited from Roman Catholicism and Reformational Churches and/or from more modern forms of systematic theology, primarily those with premillennarian/dispensational emphasis. Coupled with these older bodies of doctrinal emphases were eschatologies which emphasized the “disinheritance” of Israel (aka, the Jews) expressed in the corpus of what is considered Replacement/Rejection theology wherein “Israel” is solely the New Israel of God—i.e., the Church; whereas in Dispensational thinking the Ekklesia/Congregation/Church is wholly disconnected from the tribe of Judah (i.e., the Jews) wherein God’s plan for both the Church and “Israel” are utterly disconnected, the one from the other.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Commonwealth Theology: A Theology in Progress for the Commonwealth of Israel Movement

Re-posted below (from our BELIEFS page) is our working understanding as of August 2018. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering input toward our mission including: COI Bible references, commentary, ancient language expertise, editing or otherwise.


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