Jews and Jewish Christianity – A Final Word

In this book we have tried, sincerely and respectfully, to explain the Jewish point of view concerning Jews who have embraced or are thinking of embracing Christianity. In the final analysis, it is you who must make the decision. In the course of our discussions, we have concentrated on the major theological issues. Could Jesus [Read More]

What is the Jewish view on Interfaith debates?

R. Moshe Feinstein, in a set of halakhic letters penned in 1967 to R. Yosef B. Soloveitchik of Boston and to Dr. Bernard Lander (Igr. Moshe YD 3:43-44), unequivocally forbade Jewish participation in ecumenical dialogue with the Church, citing both concern for apostasy as well as inherent prohibitions of such dialogue. R. Feinstein was firm [Read More]

How many messianic Jews are there?

Today, there are over 1,000 Hebrew-Christian missionary groups that spend over $300 million annually, targeting Jewish people for conversion. In recent years, these missionary groups have succeeded in converting 350,000 Jews worldwide. In an Atlantic article, titled “Kosher Jesus: Messianic Jews in the Holy Land,” Sarah Posner explains that “there are an estimated 175,000 to [Read More]

What does the death of Sara have to do with King David?

Parsha with Rabbi Kravitz - Chayei Sarah

What does the deal of Sara have to do with King David? Welcome to another episode of Parsha with Rabbi Kravitz. This week’s Parsha is Chayei Sarah. The Parsha opens by telling us that Sarah dies at age 127 and is buried in the Machpelah Cave in Hebron, which Abraham purchases from Ephron the Hittite [Read More]

Jews for Jesus – Heavenly Deception?

Just a few examples: 1) In a Jews for Jesus booklet entitled “Jewishness And The Trinity,” in an attempt to prove their point they quote a non-existent passage from the “Zohar” a classic book of Jewish mysticism. 2) In a book titled “Share the New Life with a Jew, “ Jews for Jesus founder Moishe [Read More]

A Rabbi Cross-Examines Christianity

A Rabbi Cross-Examines Christianity Social media and collage campuses are a hotbed for debate and religious coercion. Utilizing Jewish, Christian, Talmudic and other historical sources we unravel the questions: Who was Jesus and what does the bible really say about the messiah, God and salvation, and why is it relevant today? SPEAKER: Rabbi Bentzion Kravitz [Read More]

What happens next? Judaism on the afterlife

Many people believe they understand death, and it either scares them, or they try to outrun it. Is the common understanding of death just a misconception? Do we even know what death is? Join Jews for Judaism’s world-renowned speaker, Rabbi Michael Skobac, for a topic no one likes to speak about. Find out “What Happens Next.”

A Missionary’s Journey to Judaism

Esther was raised in a Christian family, born-again to evangelical Christianity, and recruited to run a major campaign targeting Jews for conversion. Her life story is an amazing journey that led her to denounce her beliefs, convert to Judaism, and dedicate her life to keeping Jews Jewish.