We, the teaching ministry of VictoriaSarvadi.com and the Nathaniel Fellowship are committed to clarifying the teachings of Yeshua from a first-century perspective based on four pillars:
- Kingdom Centric
- Jesus (Yeshua) Centric
- Culture Centric
- Language Centric
We affirm that, in order to interpret the Holy Scriptures rightly; we must do so with the utmost integrity and respect and with both scholarly and spiritually guided awareness, considering the linguistic and grammatical context of the text itself and the history and cultures of the biblical peoples.
We affirm that ethical monotheism is the cornerstone of all biblical faith: that the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the God of the prophets, and the God of the apostles is the one true God.
We affirm that God has used different “forms” to manifest Himself to His creation; i.e. the burning bush to Moses, the rock that followed the Israelites in the desert, the fire by day, the cloud by night, the smoke that descended around Mt. Sinai, and the Tabernacle and Temple (to name a few.) Daniel prophesied that “what looks like a Son of a Man” would be standing before the Ancient of Days. That is—God would use a son of mankind, one that He would bring into being by His Word. Just as He spoke creation into being, He would enable a human woman to conceive a son without the seed of a man. This son would be His Son, His mishcan (tabernacle) of His own glory. Yeshua was the mishchan of God, the Son of Man (mankind) and the manifestation of God Himself. He will now remain in Heaven until the time to restore all things has come. – Acts 3:21