the following article – a report on our very successful “Just say Know” seminar – appeared in the “South African Jewish Report” on Friday, 6th October 2000. by David Saks A day-long seminar, hosted by the anti-cult organisation Jews for Judaism, was held at Eduworld on 24 September to deal with the growing missionary menace [Read More]
For many Jews, it is difficult to imagine anyone becoming a Hebrew-Christian. What kind of people are most vulnerable to the missionary appeal? There are actually many factors that can account for someone’s being “at risk”. Here I’ll focus on just one of them. The problem today remains unchanged from the time the prophet Hosea [Read More]
What is the jewish concept of Satan? We find out in this interesting post by Rabbi Michael Skobac. Read on…
A TEXT OUT OF CONTEXT… IS JUST A PRETEXT What are the differences – Christianity vs Judaism?
> Where can I relate to the Jewish Community? > How do I find ways to keep a connection to my traditions and my people? I’m sure you’re asking these questions continuously. So let’s set you on a new path! Your Journey Begins Here These links will lead you to all of our articles on [Read More]
When Jesus died, was there a resurrection of the dead? Let’s find out.
Q: Is there any way a person can avoid getting involved in a cult? A: We hope so! The first and most important safeguard is to realize that anyone can end up in a cult. Momentary crisis situations make people vulnerable. When you acknowledge that it can happen to you, you will be more aware [Read More]
Our home is user friendly. We love to host visitors and guests. So it was a no-brainer to redo our backyard with a nice sitting patio. But the expense didn’t end there. Next was the patio furniture. With a tight budget we went searching online for those great deals everyone talks about. Then we saw [Read More]
Every school year Jews for Judaism receives numerous calls from concerned parents and professionals regarding the growing and alarming phenomenon of Jewish public school students being pursued by individuals and groups targeting them for conversion.
In this booklet, Rabbi Kravitz reviews many of the core Jewish beliefs about Sin Sacrifices and the process of atonement.