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The Mission of Jews for Judaism is to strengthen and preserve Jewish identity through education and counseling that counteracts deceptive proselytizing targeting Jews for conversion and promotes critical thinking.

Rabbinic Commentators after Rashi on Isaiah 53

An article by Moshe Shulman in Judaism's Answer

In this article Moshe Shulman covers the views of the commentators from the time of Rashi on Isaiah 53. There have been literally dozens of commentaries written since his time, but very few are considered authoritative. For that reason he would like to explain how we should evaluate the works and how serious they are taken

Judaism Vs. Christianity: The Parting Of The Ways – The Domino Effect

Many people know that the religion that became Christianity originally began as a movement within Judaism. What is less well understood is how this transformation took place. This presentation examines the critical embryonic departure from Judaism that led to a total unraveling of Christianity from its Jewish roots.The following is a chart of the key differences between Judaism and Christianity.