Today 1,000 Christian missionary groups spend over $300 million annually, targeting Jews for conversion worldwide. In recent years, they’ve converted over 500,000 Jews. In an effort to win Jews, many of these organizations camouflage themselves to appear Jewish in order to lessen resistance by Jews to convert to Christianity. They may call their clergy “rabbis” [Read More]
Christian missionaries insist that the New Testament is the inerrant word of God and the fulfillment of the Jewish Bible, the Tenach, which Christians mis-name the “Old Testament”. In this special 2-hour lecture, Rabbi Michael Skobac offers a critical examination of the New Testament scriptures from a traditional Jewish perspective.
What accounts for the steadily rising rates of intermarriage over the past 50 years? What are the chances that children of a mixed marriage will grow up identifying with Judaism? This lecture explores this disturbing development and offers the Jewish community some positive suggestions to help turn this crisis around. Questions should be directed to [Read More]
This revealing presentation examines some of the negative stereotypes that people have about religion and how Judaism suffers by association. The issues addressed include today’s preference for spirituality over religion, the sentiment that religion is a “crutch for those who need it” and the contention that religions divide people, thereby causing strife in the world. [Read More]
As a child Ira Michaelson was chased home from Hebrew school by kids throwing rocks screaming, “Christ Killer, you’re going to hell” Those kids would be surprised that years later Ira converted to Christianity, got involved in the “Jews for Jesus” or “Messianic Jewish” movement, eventually became a “Messianic Rabbi” and led a Messianic Jewish [Read More]
Why doesn’t G-d take away all the yucky people?
In this short video titled “Atheists, Buddhists, and Jews for Jesus,” Rabbi Eli Cohen explains why as Jews we renounce the claims of Jews for Jesus more so then, say, a Jew who is an Atheist or a Jew who is a Buddhist.
Judaism can be a very busy religion. We do so many things in our observance. It’s easy to get lost in the details & forget about the big picture. So what’s Judaism really all about? What’s the ultimate goal of everything we do as Jews? Where’s Judaism supposed to be taking us? This lecture analyizes [Read More]
In this video, “You Are the Target,” learn the tactics employed by Christian missionaries who target Jews for conversion.
Listen to the stories of Jews who got caught up in Spiritual Turbulence, only to return Judaism after they realized the deception of Christianity