Episode 3: Dispersion of African Messianic Hebrews throughout Africa
Early African Church History • 52m
This lecture describes the general characteristics of the Messianic Hebrew faith community known as The Way. Their esteem for Jesus, higher than any earthly authority, often clashed with the agenda of the Roman Emperor. In the survey book that accompanies the lecture series, is Jesus' prophecy in Luke 21:20-24. His prophecy was about the clash that would result in the destruction of Jerusalem. Fortunately, Jesus also included the route to escape capture or death.
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