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Macon Telegraph Interview 07.04.14
Prayer wall is gift to the community
While very well-written, there are a few unintentional misstatements in this article.

  1. STATED: “He was ‘saved’ at the Western Wall while on his honeymoon…”
    CORRECTION: Rabbi Hershberg was saved at Mt. Tabor on the Mount of Transfiguration while on his honeymoon. You can read about his life-changing encounter with Yeshua in the Land of Israel in his book.
  2. STATED: “A majority of Messianic Jews believe in the teachings of the New Testament…”
    CORRECTION: All (100%), of Messianic Jews believe in the teachings of the New Testament which is why they are called “Messianic.” The word “Messianic,” is used to describe this movement of Jewish Believers who have come to know Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus, the Messiah) as their personal Messiah (Savior). The Messianic Movement is a return to the 1st century church as recorded in the Book of Acts, and is one that Yeshua started, and the talmadim (disciples) carried on after His ascension. This “movement” includes Gentiles who have been grafted in according to Romans 11 and Ephesians 2.