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]
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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]
Please note that this event was canceled due to a scheudling conclict. —- Join us at the next Chai Society Luncheon with our exciting guest speaker: Gary M. Tenzer Principle, Managing Director of George Smith Partners Date: Wednesday, February 24 Time: 1pm-2pm *Please note: You MUST reserve your place in advance. Lunch: A Kosher lunch [Read More]
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.”
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.
In this booklet, Rabbi Kravitz reviews many of the core Jewish beliefs about Sin Sacrifices and the process of atonement.
Hebrew Roots adherents—not to be confused with Jews for Jesus, whose followers consider themselves Jewish and are known for intense proselytizing—are Torah-observant believers in Jesus, whom they identify by his Hebrew name, Yeshua. On the surface, many of the movement’s members look like observant Jews, keeping kosher (at least as outlined in the Bible), Shabbat, and holidays. They are generally pro-Israel and try to visit the Jewish state as often as possible.
Our oldest son informed us that he was dating a Christian girl. At the start, we reluctantly accepted the relationship, expecting that it would not last. After all, how could it? He attended Jewish day school through eighth grade, and continued his Jewish studies through high school. We were active in our synagogue, kept kosher [Read More]
Even though I was raised in a Christian family, my life was transformed when I became a born-again Christian at age 15. While studying in Cape Town, South Africa at age 24, I realized the Jewish people needed to be “saved” and hear the “good news of Jesus.” I attended a local synagogue regularly for [Read More]
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