Toward Jerusalem Council II

Toward Jerusalem Council II

Toward Jerusalem Council II

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Toward Jerusalem Council II
Toward Jerusalem Council II is an initiative of repentance and reconciliation between the Jewish and Gentile segments of the Church. The vision is that one day there will be a second Council of Jerusalem that will be, in an important respect, the inverse of the first Council described in Acts 15. Whereas the first Council was made up of Jewish believers in Yeshua (Jesus), who decided not to impose on the Gentiles the requirements of the Jewish law, so the second Council would be made up of Gentile church leaders, who would recognize and welcome the Jewish believers in Yeshua without requiring them to abandon their Jewish identity and practice.

Father Peter Hocken is one of the TJCII International Leadership Council:
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BENJAMIN BERGER
Benjamin Berger is the son of Orthodox Jews who immigrated from Europe to New York after many other family members were lost at Auschwitz.
MARTIN BÜHLMANN
Martin BuehlmannMartin is involved in the dialogue between the Roman Catholic and Protestant Expressions of the church.
JOHN DAWSON
John DawsonJohn is a well-loved leader in the international church who helps to give oversight to several key networks.
JOHANNES FICHTENBAUER
Johannes FichtenbauerJohannes holds an MA in Catholic Theology and serves as head deacon in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vienna.
PETER HOCKEN
Father Peter HockenrFather Peter has been active in the charismatic movement since 1971.
DANIEL JUSTER
Daniel JusterDaniel Juster has served in the Messianic Jewish Vineyard since 1972. He has had various leadership roles including pastor for over 27 years.
VASILE MIHOC
Father Vasile MihocFather Vasile Mihoc, born in 1948, has been an Orthodox priest since 1969. He studied theology in Sibiu and earned his PhD at the Orthodox Theological Institute in Bucharest.
AVI MIZRACHI
Avi MizrachiAvi Mizrachi, the Executive Director of Dugit Messianic Outreach Center and Pastor of Adonai Roi congregation, was born in Tel Aviv in a Jewish home.
MARCEL REBIAI
Marcel RebiaiMarcel is the director of “Community of Reconciliation” (COR), which he founded in 1988.
MARTY WALDMAN
Marty WaldmanMarty Waldman is the Senior Rabbi of Baruch HaShem Messianic Synagogue in Dallas, Texas.
WAYNE WILKS, JR.
Wayne WilksWayne Wilks Jr. is the President of the Messianic Jewish Bible Institute (MJBI).
CANON BRIAN COX
Brian CoxCanon Brian Cox is an ordained Episcopal Priest and a trained professional in conflict resolution.
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