Good grief – everywhere you go these days you see people accusing each other of “cognitive dissonance” (the state of having inconsistent thoughts, beliefs or attitudes, especially as relating to behavioral decisions and attitude change).
anti-missionary Jews and their converts accuse Christians and Messianic/Hebrew
Roots types of suffering from “cognitive dissonance” because of our belief that
Y’shua is our Divine Messiah. Hebrew Roots/Messianic types accuse the
anti-missionaries and their converts of “cognitive dissonance” for their rejection
of Messiah Y’shua, while applying the same term to the Christians for their
rejection of Torah.
Christians tell us we are guilty of “cognitive dissonance” for our belief in Torah (since Torah, to them, is "a curse!). And
atheists accuse all of us of suffering from “cognitive dissonance” for even
believing in a deity. Apparently, we are ALL suffering from mental problems -
LOL! (And all this is going on while the whole world is watching us duke it
it be nice if we all stopped trying to put people “in a box” by accusing them
of something we can hardly pronounce (much less understand), and simply kept a
rational, respectful dialogue open so we can ALL find our way to
YHWH/Y’shua/Torah as the Ruach haKodesh (Holy Spirit) leads?