This guide is intended to teach you about the tactics used by missionary groups and cults. The tactics of missionaries and missionary groups may vary, but there are some basic guidelines to keep in mind that will be helpful in dealing with them.
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In A Six-Minute Counter-missionary Course Christian missionaries, like Jews for Jesus, claim that Jesus is the Jewish messiah! Why has Judaism rejected this assertion for 2,000 years? Questions should be directed to [email protected] or visit
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.
Today’s spiritual consumer encounters a tremendous range of choices and opportunities. A walk down the "Judaism" aisle also reveals a plethora of styles and approaches. Not all options, however, are necessarily wholesome. Therefore, the old watchword, caveat emptor, let the buyer beware, is sound guidance.
On June 13, 1996, the Southern Baptist Convention passed a resolution which called for the Baptists to direct their “energies and resources toward the proclamation of the gospel to the Jewish people.” In essence, this puts the force and power of the largest fundamentalist Christian denomination with over 37,000 churches and 15 million members in [Read More]
Why do evangelical Christians expend so much money and energy targeting Jewish people for conversion?
Military chaplains have a proud history in the U.S. military, and most of them uphold the mission of the Chaplain Corps in the various services to America’s troops and to ensure their right to free exercise of religion.
MEDIA ADVISORY JEWISH COMMUNITY FEDERATION OF CLEVELAND FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ON AUGUST 19, 2003 Don’t be fooled by the "Messianic" or "Jews for Jesus" movement Statement by the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland’s Community Relations Committee in response to targeted proselytizing campaign in Cleveland.
On a number of occasions we have referred to the Hebrew-Christian or “Messianic Jewish” movement as a cult or cult like. Some have protested that we are stretching it a bit when we classify these groups in the same category as some of the real cults. Are these cults cult or cult-like? Let’s find out.
Jews for Judaism Denounces WEA Statement Defending the Targeting of Jews Jews for Judaism International denounces as offensive the March 28, 2008 statement the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) that defends the targeting of Jews for conversion to Christianity and reaffirms that Jews need Jesus for salvation.