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Is Nazarene Judaism the same as Messianic Judaism?

http://www.nazarite.net

No, they are somewhat similar but not the same. Let me start by saying that there are several sects of Messianic believers that practice varied degrees of Judaism just as there are several sects of Pre-Messianic Jews and different denominations of Christians. Like any faith Messianic Judaism stretches from ultra-liberal to ultra-orthodox with varied degrees of man-made doctrine.

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Nazarene (sect)

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The Nazarene sect (Ναζωραίων from Hebrew נזרים) used in the Book of Acts, clearly referred to both Jewish and Gentile followers of Jesus' Apostles. A related term, ΝΑΖΩΡΑΙΟΙ, were an early Jewish Christian sect similar to the Ebionites.

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Yeshua-Observant = Torah-Observant

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Grace is a wonderful thing. We are saved through grace when we come to faith in Yeshua. Salvation is not accomplished by works, Torah or otherwise. However, after accepting Yeshua, then what? What is a grace-filled life supposed to look like?

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BASICS OF MESSIANIC JUDAISM

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Messianic Judaism started with Yeshua (Jesus of Nazareth) as His Jewish followers accepted the evidence that He was the promised Messiah (Anointed One) of Israel, and as the scriptures foretold, He also was the God of Israel in the flesh, YHVH, the L-RD, who died for sins according to Isaiah 53, then rose again according to the Psalms and the Prophets.

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Messianic Judaism: Introduction: Overview, history, books

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Messianic Judaism is a religious movement of individuals "who believe in Jesus as Messiah, but which retain their Jewish identify." 1

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Messianic Judaism

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Messianic Judaism is a religious movement whose adherents believe that Jesus of Nazareth, whom they call Yeshua, is both the resurrected Jewish Messiah and their Divine Savior.[1][2][3]

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In Search of the Hebrew Roots: Phariseeism or Biblical Judaism?

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In Matthew 15 the disciples sat down to eat bread without washing their hands in accordance with ancient Jewish tradition. Seeing this, the Pharisees approached Yeshua with an accusation: "Why do your disciples transgress the tradition of the elders? for they wash not their hands when they eat bread" (v.2).

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Hebrew Roots

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Hebrew Roots (also referred to as Hebraic Roots) is a movement of modern-day Christians, including Messianic Jews, returning to the perspectives and beliefs of first-century faith.[1] The movement strongly emphasizes the completion of the unified "House of Israel" in Messiah Yeshua (Jesus), made up of both Jews and non-Jews alike.

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What Does the Bible Say About the Torah?

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Quite often, when discussing or debating the place of Torah in the believer’s life, I receive the same argument. This argument can be summed up as, “The only reason G-d gave Israel the Law was to prove that nobody could keep it, so that we would sin more and need G-d’s grace more (Rom. 5:20). So to keep the Law now is to abandon Grace.”

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