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<title> ABSTRACT </title>One of the significant developments of the last forty years has been the rise of the Messianic Jewish movement. The Messianic Jews confront the whole Church for the first time since the early Christian centuries with a Jewish expression of faith in Jesus. Toward Jerusalem Council II (TJCII) is an initiative for the full reconciliation of Jewish and Gentile believers in Jesus that represents a recovery of the 'one new man' model of the Church's unity from Ephesians 2. This initiative was made possible by the growth and maturing process among the Messianic Jews and by the prophetic and worldwide character of the Charismatic movement. As the TJCII initiative has unfolded, it has been reaching into every part of the Christian world, including the Oriental Orthodox Churches that have retained more elements from the Jewish roots of the Christian faith.

Affiliations: 1: Kreuzwiesengasse 9, A 1170 Vienna, Austria Peter Hocken (PhD, The University of Birmingham, England), Email:


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