Be sure to read Part I of this series: Rabbi Daniel Zion – Follower of Messiah Yeshua (Part 1)
Rabbi Daniel Zion skillfully mastered the Hebrew language. He published dozens of short Messianic Hebrew poems and hymns ‘given from heaven’, as he phrased it. Those hymns dealt with topics such as ‘Worshiping the Lord Yeshua’, ‘Holiness of the Seventh-Day Shabbat’, and ‘Praises to God and to the Messiah Yeshua’.
In his poems/hymns, R. Zion clearly distinguished between ‘Our Father in Heaven’, on the one hand, and ‘Messiah Yeshua’, on the other. For him, the ‘Single God’ (אל יחיד), i. e. the Father in heaven, was not synonymous with the ‘Atoning Crucified Messiah’. While he did also mention there the Holy Spirit, the concept of the Trinity was completely absent.
Abram Poljak and Rabbi Daniel Zion
Abram Poljak (1900-1963), a leading Messianic Jewish pioneer during the British Mandate and in the 1950s, published in his periodical Jerusalem two interesting articles titled...
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