Kehilat HaTikvah does not believe in:

Replacement Theology (Supersessionism). This view asserts that the church has replaced the physical descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Israel in God’s promises, purposes, and prophesies, and that the Torah, the Prophets, and the Writings (commonly known as Old Testament) are not valid for Godly instruction in the life of a believer in Yeshua (Jesus). This view is based on the erroneous belief that through one’s faith in Yeshua (Jesus) and the New Covenant faith, all the covenants God made with Israel and her forefathers (for example, the Abrahamic covenant; Mosaic covenant; Davidic covenant) were rendered obsolete.

Kehilat HaTikvah does not believe in:

Perfect Faith.  This is a theology that involves 'Faith Movements' that believe people need to have 'perfect faith' for God to hear their prayers, perform miracles and healing, etc. In other words, if one does not receive what they ask for, it is because they do not have perfect faith. 

Kehilat HaTikvah does not believe in:

One Law Theology.  The belief that there is no distinction between Jewish and Gentile Believers or any distinction in their respective obligations to the Torah.  One Law doctrine holds that the true “Hebrew roots” of the faith are to be found in keeping the laws of Moses given at Mt. Sinai, without regard to the ancient writings and teachings of the sages regarding interpretation and traditional application of the Tanakh. (2 Thessalonians 2:15)

Kehilat HaTikvah does not believe in:

Sacred Name Theology.  The erroneous belief that God’s Hebrew name and Yeshua’s (Jesus’) name must be pronounced a certain way in Hebrew.   Therefore, we believe that the circumlocution such as Adonai, HaShem, Elohim, and the name Yeshua (Jesus) are acceptable and are not dishonoring God.

Kehilat HaTikvah does not believe in:

Two-House Theology (also called the Ephraimite Movement). It is the belief that one is considered an Israelite based on unfounded genealogical connection to the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel and that Christians are members of the Ten Lost Tribes.

Kehilat HaTikvah does not believe in:

The Hebrew Roots Movement. The movement has diverse assemblies and variations in their teachings. We do not affirm their common belief in the inferiority of the New Testament as written in Greek text, the view that all forms of Christianity are corrupted by pagan philosophies and practices, that Gentile believers are called by God to embrace Jewish Biblical identity and customs, that the name “Jesus” is pagan, and that the Talmud and rabbinic writings are of no value in understanding the Scriptures.

Kehilat HaTikvah does not believe in:

Alternate calendar. The observance of Festivals and Holy Days on an alternate lunar or solar calendar which was established to correct the traditional Jewish calendar.

Kehilat HaTikvah does not believe in:

Flat Earth. The view that the earth is flat and not spherical in shape; that gravity is uncertain; that the curvature of the earth is an optical illusion; and a belief in the many unfounded global conspiracies associated with this false view.