Join Ruth and her guest Shoshana Imhof Maust who share her spiritual journey. She shares her story, and how she returned to authentic Judaism.
Yes. An increasing number of Christian missionary groups – most of them based in the United States – have targeted the Israeli Jewish population for conversion, and “Jews for Jesus”-type churches now exist in every large Israeli population center.
Some of them are undoubtedly “in it for the money,” but most are probably very sincere in their belief that only people who believe as they do will go to heaven; all others will go to hell forever.
In this short video titled “Atheists, Buddhists, and Jews for Jesus,” Rabbi Eli Cohen explains why as Jews we renounce the claims of Jews for Jesus more so then, say, a Jew who is an Atheist or a Jew who is a Buddhist.
I have been told that if I don’t believe in Jesus as my savior I am going straight to Hell after I die. This seems like a compelling reason for me to believe in Jesus particularly since I have also been told that there is no consequence within Judaism if I believe in Jesus. Therefore, I have nothing to lose by believing in Jesus, so why shouldn’t I believe in him as my savior?
In their battle for international peace and the “Kingdom to Come” the Hebrew Christian movement deployed diplomats to the 2014 Christ at the Checkpoint conference in Israel.
Christian Missionary, Joel Rosenberg who promotes proselytizing the Jewish people and targeting Israelis for conversion, has managed to make Aliyah
Christianity did not develop in a vacuum. Nor did it simply come into existence with the death of Jesus and his alleged resurrection. Take a look at the big picture.
In this episode of GPS for the Jewish Soul, Ruth Guggenheim is joined by Jews for Judaism Outreach Coordinator, Ira Michaelson. The discussion centers around a lawsuit being brought to trial in Florida where a Jewish woman accuses her step son, a Jews for Jesus employee of printing false information about her in a Jews [Read More]
The following time line is provided a perspective on the events affecting Christianity and Judaism.