Session 8

The Kingdom Brotherhood

In the early 1950s, Messianic Jewish pioneer Abram Poljak left his pioneering work in Israel to conduct a series of lectures in Europe. The overwhelming response he received, especially in post-war Germany, persuaded him to create an international organization of Gentile Christians called the Kingdom Brotherhood. The Brotherhood focused on religious Zionism, support for the Jewish people, a Jewish reading of the New Testament, and a premillennial eschatology. The story of the Kingdom Brotherhood parallels our own. Poljak's work offers us a historical model to emulate as we look toward a future definition of Messianic Jewish expression for Gentile disciples of Yeshua.

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