Kosher Jesus book review. Shmuley Boteach sets the stage by describing the strong overtures of Christian love towards Israel and the Jewish people.
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In this post, Rabbi YY Jacobson, tells us about the tale of two mountains. Read on to find out what is the story behind the two mountains.
One of the most obvious perceived contradictions between Torah and science is the age of the universe. Is there a way to reconcile these two views?
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Anti-Semitism: The Persecution of God and His Chosen People A Critical Book Review by Gerald Sigal Anti-Semitism: The Persecution of God and His Chosen People. By Steffi Rubin. San Rafael: Jews for Jesus, 1977. Duplicity and sanctimonious rhetoric have long been the staples of Christian missionaries who seek to convert Jews. This booklet, by Steffi Ruben, one [Read More]
Messianic Visions, a 13 million dollar a year missionary group targeting Jews for conversion, continues to expand their reach into the Jewish community.
On the contrary, cultists are bright, idealistic, caring individuals. They get “hooked” because they believe they will be doing important work for the betterment of mankind. Nobody joins a cult; they join a cause! Intelligent people also have needs, frustrations and disillusionment. It is more a matter of feelings than intelligence. If people always dealt [Read More]
Stressful circumstances such as school problems, loss of a romantic relationship, confusion over career goals, financial pressure, disillusionment, etc. can cause sudden vulnerability. Needy people are not as discerning as they might ordinarily be, and are easy prey for a deceptive, alluring recruiter.
Are the Hebrew/Christian groups as big a problem as the cults? Let’s find out in this interesting post