Hebrew Roots/Introduction

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The Hebrew Roots movement is the latest manifestation of the restoration of truth to the Church that was lost during the “Dark Ages” which was initiated with the revelations from the Bible by Martin Luther and his transition out of the Roman Catholic Church and has had its progression through the many different denominations which have formed since then, the latest of which was the Charismatic Movement.

The Hebraic Roots is a very progressive and vital movement with a very broad spectrum of adherents across the various denominations and has been growing in strength and numbers since it's early beginnings in the 1970's.

While there is a decline in attendance in the mainstream churches and many of the faithful are exiting their ranks, the Hebrew Roots Movement is gaining recognition and acceptance among the churches as a whole and many who have not fully joined the ranks, are embracing the fresh revelation of truth and enjoying the vitality of spiritual life to the faith that was once delivered to the saints.

This movement was spearheaded by Batya and Angus Wootten of Messianic Israel (www.messianicisrael.com) and Eddie Chumney of Hebraic Heritage International (www.hebroots.org) and was empowered by the contributions of the Nazarene churches of the east who had preserved the original Peshitta text and the apostolic traditions that were given to them intact from the early church.