Rabbi Blumenthal

Jews and “Jewish Christianity”

Jews And “Jewish Christianity” A Jewish Response to the Missionary Challenge by David Berger and Michael Wyschogrod CONTENTS Preface to The First Printing A Note to the Reader 1. Introduction 2. Jesus and the Messiah 3. Jesus and God 4. “Proofs” of Christianity in the Hebrew Bible 5. The Forgiveness of Sin 6. On Jews, [Read More]

From Mesianic Jew to Counter-Missionary

ROM MESSIANIC JEW TO COUNTER-MISSIONARY: By Julius Ciss, Executive Director, JEWS FOR JUDAISM (Canada) Julius Ciss’ riveting story of his five-year involvement in the “Hebrew Christian” movement is a unique “insider’s” perspective on a process that has ensnared thousands of Jews. Julius recounts his discovery of why Judaism rejects the missionary message, and describes the [Read More]

Double-Edged Sword

Trojan Horse or a Blessing?

For Jewish communities in Israel and the Diaspora, the past two years have been a horrific nightmare with little end in sight. The ongoing war of terror in the Holy Land has seen unbearable human casualties and crippling economic fallout. This crisis has rippled throughout the world with a frightening rise in anti-Jewish sentiment, intimidation [Read More]

The Double-Edged Evangelical Embrace


Obviously, not all missionaries wear “Jews for Jesus” T-shirts, distribute religious tracts or wave the New Testament.  Most evangelism is far more subtle.  Many groups seeking to missionize Jews will insist that they have no such agenda, and instead they choose a more indirect route. Two guiding principles drive their evangelism.  Firstly, they assume that Jewish people resist the [Read More]

Scripture Twisting: How missionaries distort the Jewish Bible

Scripture Twisting with Rabbi Michael Skobac Have you ever been frustrated by encounters with Christians who bombard you with quotes from the Jewish Bible and then claim they can easily support their beliefs? Evangelical missionaries hijack our Jewish Bible and then use it as ammunition against us! In this eye-opening lecture, Rabbi Michael Skobac deftly [Read More]