Evangelical Christians — those who fund and support the work of “Messianic Jews” — see the world as being divided between those who are lost and those who are saved, and believe that Jesus is the only ticket out of hell and into heaven.
The growth of the Jews for Jesus and Messianic movements in Israel, especially during Israel’s 60th Anniversary, is unprecedented and an outcome of unrestrained relationships with evangelical Christians. There are more than 15,000 “Messianic Jews” residing in Israel and more than 275,000 in the Diaspora.
Faith-based toys from the Christian-owned One2Believe Company will soon be carried by 425 Wal-Mart stores nationwide.
The Jewish Temple was a holy and magnificent edifice, described as one of the wonders of the world. It majestically stood in Jerusalem for more than 830 years as the nucleus of Jewish worship.
In addition to lectures, news interviews and meetings with government officials, my colleagues and I distributed thousands of copies of a new Hebrew version of Jews for
Judaism’s Counter-Missionary Handbook “The Jewish Response To Missionaries.” That day I was traveling by car, with my wife Dvora and our son, from the northern town of Tsfat to Tel Aviv.
Jews for Judaism executive director Rabbi Bentzion Kravitz spoke at The Shul in Bal Harbour about the need for counter missionary awareness. More than 250 people attended an exciting evening with Jews for Judaism executive director, Rabbi Bentzion Kravitz, at The Shul of Bal Harbour. Under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar, [Read More]
August 28, 2003 By Rabbi Ben-Tzion Kravitz It was Sunday afternoon, July 6, 2003, and I was approaching the end of a successful three-week mission to Israel dedicated to responding to a new wave of missionary activity. In addition to lectures, news interviews and meetings with government officials, my colleagues and I distributed thousands of [Read More]