Today the modern generation can neither be described as Jewish or Christian for that matter. For instance, there are Christians in different parts of the world whose ancestors were of the Spanish Jews. Many who search for their roots often find this out. If you follow what Jesus did, he followed and kept the faith and belief of the Jewish or Hebrew faith as well. Hence, if one truly wants to follow Christianity that remains true to its roots, it would be hypocritical to not accept the writings of the philosophy of Torah. There are many who have discovered or been influenced by the true roots of Christianity and have dedicated themselves to understanding the religious scriptures like a Torah. Many have become popular figures of Hebrew roots and similar communities that are present in different parts of the world. For instance, I know a friend who works for http://www.ridofitvancouver.ca and he has created a group that encourages followers to explore all aspects of their faith.
The movement of the Hebrew roots can be described as an awakening across the world where people are becoming more aware of where Christianity originated from; some of whom are orthodox or conservative Jews. Such people are known to celebrate or observe their religious traditions like Passover, Sabbath, keeping kosher, speak Hebrew and wear the stars of David. Many even go through circumcision, have beards and so forth. Many are passionate about the religious center that is Israel, have visited the country several times and many feel that by living such a lifestyle they get closer to their Messiah, Yeshua which was Jesus’s Hebrew name.
The Hebrew roots have become a definite movement, but it is different from the movement promoted by the Jews. The community has spread its roots through the online sources and forums. There are thousands of followers of this movement through its online presence. There is much discussion of the Hebrew or Aramaic texts. It has helped to make the traditional scriptures and texts become accessible to the people and to a better understanding of the roots of the Christian faith.