Sparks Fly as Publisher of Apostate Tabloid Converts Back to Judaism. Why the hullabaloo? Read this article to find out about it.
5 Surprising Facts About Judaism
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.” Find out about a missionary’s journey to Judaism in this article.
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?
Join Ruth and her guest Shoshana Imhof Maust who share her spiritual journey. She shares her story, and how she returned to authentic Judaism.
My parents and I immigrated to the United States from the former USSR. We were raised as atheists but I did receive some training in Judaism by attending the local Jewish community center, and a Jewish summer camp. These really didn’t do too much for me. I knew that I was Jewish, but I didn’t know what that meant. Read Alex’s story.
Judaism is commonly understood to be a very action oriented religion. We’ve even come to describe commitment to Judaism based upon levels of “observance”.
When a “rabbi” who preaches Jesus as the messiah, offered prayers to honor the victims of the Pittsburg synagogue he outraged the Jewish community. Most disturbing is the revelation that it was a Jewish congressional nominee who invited Messianic Rabbi Loren Jacobs to offer the offensive prayers.
Nominee Lena Epstein justified her decision in the name of “embracing our religious differences.” How ironic, since Messianic Jews confuse and distort religious differences. Messianic leader Jacobs, said his prayer while wearing a traditional Jewish prayer shawl know as a “tallit” but without his head covered with a Yarmulke – the Jewish sign of reverence for God.
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.
Jews and non-Jews ask to explain the Jewish view of heaven and hell. This post tries to help guide you on your exploration & understanding of this concept.