ABOUT THE SURVEY
The Messianic Survey was an online survey conducted from November 8, 2016 to June 12, 2017. The purpose of the survey was to gain insight into the movement of believers in Yeshua (Jesus), both Jewish and non-Jewish, who observe certain aspects of the Torah (Mosaic Law). This observance is typically exemplified in following a seventh-day Sabbath, the biblical festivals, and abstaining from the meat of unclean animals (see Leviticus 11). Expressions of this movement range from those who see themselves as practicing Judaism (while believing that Jesus is the Messiah), to those who align themselves more with Evangelical Christianity (while following Torah). The survey received 699 qualifying entries from 31 different countries, and approximately 304 unique congregations were represented.
The results of the survey are now available, and are presented on pages 174-222 of "Jews, Gentiles, and Torah: Exploring the Contours of the Messianic Torah Spectrum" by Ben Frostad. This document can be viewed by clicking on this link to Academia.edu.
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WHO WE ARE
Ben Frostad is the face behind the Messianic Survey. Ben is a Messianic Torah believer in Canada, and is currently a student at Briercrest Seminary and an almunus of TorahResource Institute. This survey is part of a research project completed for his thesis. You can read more of Ben's thoughts at www.segullah.net.
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