What is the difference between these and the B’nei Menashe?

What a fitting way to end the week – and find another footnote to our forthcoming book, Ten Parts in the King (https://tenpartsintheking.com/)! Thank you, Margot, for this timely and encouraging word!

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What is the difference between these and the B’nei Menashe?

This was the question that Christine Darg, from Jerusalem TV, asked when she first saw the three Mizos that had accompanied me. We were in the UK and the two girls had missionary visas so the could take the gospel back to the Welsh people, of whom they owed such a great debt. The man was a pastor and teacher at a bible college in Birmingham.

My reply was, “Nothing, except they haven’t converted to Judaism yet, they’re still Christian.”

“What!” she exclaimed, “why hadn’t I been told.” This was her reaction after ascertaining from the three Mizos present that it was indeed the case. The B’nei Menashe were simply a subset of the Mizos [or Kuki, if they come from Manipur] that were no longer Christian, but had converted to Judaism.

Each of the Mizos knew someone who had…

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About Albert J. McCarn

I am a lifelong disciple of Jesus (Yeshua) of Nazareth, an avid student of the Bible, a devoted husband and father, a 29-year veteran of the United States Army, and a historian who connects people with their own stories.

One response to “What is the difference between these and the B’nei Menashe?”

  1. Yusak Irwanto says :

    Hey I can see you Margot.
    My brother and sisters (3 of them) look like me hey..:)
    Yusak

    Liked by 1 person

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