These are the types of activities that we specifically have a problem with. It is the deceptive practices of these groups that has to stop. Anti-assimilation NPO Yad L’Achim says it has received hundreds of complaints regarding missionaries taking advantage of the election campaign in Israel to try and convert Jews out of their religion. [Read More]
As the controversy over Prime Minister Netanyahu’s upcoming speech to both houses of Congress continues to swirl unabated, one of the key players in the fight shouldn’t go unnoticed. It’s televangelist John Hagee, senior pastor of the San Antonio-based Cornerstone megachurch, and leader of the 2 million-strong Christians United for Israel (CUFI). The pastor and [Read More]
The International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem (ICEJ) , whose core mission is to tell the world that jesus is coming back and to spread that word from Jerusalem, has launched a widely publicized online/email campaign to comfort and support the bereaved families of the Har Nof massacre. “This very weekend, the ICEJ is sponsoring a [Read More]
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Chief Rabbi of Efrat, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, recently shared the podium at New York’s West Side Lincoln Square Synagogue with Christian missionary Joel Rosenberg in an interfaith theological exchange sponsored by Ohr Torah Stone’s Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC). The event was a coup for Rosenberg, a bible prophecy novelist and founder of the Joshua Fund, who identifies himself [Read More]
In their battle for international peace and the “Kingdom to Come” the Hebrew Christian movement deployed diplomats to the 2014 Christ at the Checkpoint conference in Israel.
March 17th, 2014 – Diane Weber BedermanIn the late 70’s early 80’s an organization moved into a Toronto strip mall that had all the trappings of a Jewish organization. Seemed right. It was in a mall in a large Jewish area. It turned out it was Jews for Jesus. Little did I know how big [Read More]
Rev. Kevin Parviz places ashes on his grandchildren Johnna Opheim 7 1/2 and infant Aubrey Smith during Ash Wednesday service on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, at Congregation Chai v’Shalom in Dogtown To the right is his wife Colleen.The service combined both Christian and Jewish liturgy.