Today, 06:41 PM
The original Christian faith was as much a product of the Hebrew-Judaean faith it came out of as it was the Messiah who conceived it among man. Uniquely Christian doctrines are at their core, expositions of doctrines previously recorded by Moses. The Law is neither binding to the question of life and death, nor has it passed from relevance in the Way.
The Feasts and Holy Days are neither obsolete, nor irrelevant. Neither are they sinful to observe, indeed, a faithful observation of the Holy Days opens windows of enlightenment into previously inscrutable Christian doctrine.
Other branches of Christianity are not existentially sinful. Several Churches were formed during Paul's evangelical mission, the Congregation at Jerusalem was only one of them. Their members or doctrines may at times stray to sinfulness, but that is not a condition of their existence.
Rather than work within a processed and packaged Message homogenized for easier consumption, We choose to go back to the Way of Christ, and of the Apostles and the Churches they planted.