"Anything"? That's a bit of a stretch isn't it? We need to be more specific if we intend to have meaningful conversation concerning what some/all might dismiss as an erroneous tradition.
Mika El read the whole section on Jeroboam in 1Kings 12 and see if you can find " anything " erroneous as to the action of Israel then and now The specific point is Israel .
I propose we first need to define which "Israel" we are discussing. I'm of the opinion it's not an apples to apples comparison to say "Israel" then = "Israel" now. Are we discussing the current "House of Israel"? (aka chrisendom)
Concerning the Messianic's, I think it's a bit of a stretch to imply every belief of the current Mess-Antic movement is amiss. Much yes, not every practice/belief. If we are looking for specific items one really big one I have noticed, via past association, Rabbi Trimm has thoroughly discussed is their promotion of "One Faith 2 Expressions Theology." I strongly disagree with them on this aspect of what their hierarchy teaches.
The comparison I was making is Jeroboam's rebellion towards Judah is reflective of todays attitude in the messianic/Hebrew roots movement we see now . In Genesis 49:10 Judah holds the scepter until Shiloh returns , as I have said before this would infer that Judah has an inherit form of governorship set in place by Hashem . So in my view
" Israel" then = "Israel" now " still reflects the same rebellious attitude towards Judah . Concepts in halacha can be based on Mishnah principles dating to Moshe .
Spiritually speaking I would agree with Israel then = Israel now. I don't however feel it's quite as pronounced now as it was then. I know of a few within MJ that adhere to all principles shown forth in Torah observance. I also know a few that feel christendom is kosher.
I can't comment beyond my limited exposure. What peculiarities specifically have you observed might I ask?
without throwing " all " of messianic /Hebrew roots movement under the bus , I can only speak to my exposure in the groups I have seen . Any topic about Talmud or the sages brings a total negative response and claims of that's too
" Jewish or your being Rabbinic " Meanwhile we have teachers who have never been to Yeshiva and call themselves Rabbi . mixing Judaism and Christian belief to form yet another form of the Jeroboam Rebellion .