STATEMENT OF FAITH

In the Christian world it is common for each organization to have a Statement of Faith.   As a matter of fact, if you were to type “Statement of Faith” into a major online search engine you would find about 1,000,000 (one million) pages with “Statements of Faith.”  According to the World Christian Encyclopedia there are some 33,800 Christian denominations on Earth today, each reflecting their respective beliefs according to their particular denominations.

 

However, this tradition is not found in the Jewish world; one does not find Statements of Faith posted in synagogues, and the reason is simple.  According to the Jewish mind the Bible says what it says, and you either do it, or you don’t.  The Jewish world sees what you do with your life as the criterion by how you are judged, because what a person believes is easy to change.  In one second you can be enlightened and change your mind and believe the very opposite of what you’ve always believed, but to change your lifestyle is not so easy, and this is where Faith is most needed.

 

As translator and publishers of the AENT it is not our responsibility to sway a person into one Statement of Faith or another.  We happen to be Netzari Jews but we are acutely aware that it is the work of the Ruach haKodesh (Set Apart Spirit) of YHWH that has brought you to where you are today.  We each live from faith to faith (Romans 1:17).  As we grow in the knowledge and grace of Mashiyach Y’shua our prayer is that the AENT will ignite a deep love for Y’shua and the Way, the original Faith which was once delivered to the Set Apart (Holy) believers.

 

We pray that everyone who reads and studies the AENT will be doers, not only hearers of the Word.  We pray that this Aramaic English New Testament Bible will bring unity, not solely according to cerebral knowledge but through deep spiritual experiences with Mashiyach (Messiah).  These are the very words (in Aramaic) that Y’shua spoke and his Apostles wrote.  The translator and publisher do not make any claims to be Prophets or Apostles or to be above anyone else when it comes to hearing from heaven.  Rather, we believe that the New Testament is Set Apart (Holy) unto YHWH and we believe as Peter stated to Y’shua, “you have the words of life” (Yochanan/John 6:68).

 

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