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.
David was a fine Jewish boy, who excelled in his studies and was well-liked by everyone. However, he attended a Catholic school. His parents had decided that the quality of the education in the public schools was deteriorating, and since there was no Jewish school in their city, they sent him to the local Catholic school
Read David’s story as to why he moved from Christianity to Judaism, why he felt more connected to Judaism rather than Christianity.
The Amazing story of Nissim Baruch Black (born Damian Jamohl Black). Originally a non-Jewish secular artist under the name D. Black, he released two successful albums. After a hard life and a long journey of soul searching in Christianity and Islam he retired and started to focus on his conversion to Orthodox Judaism. Nissim, an [Read More]
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.
This week in the Jewish Journal, our own Rabbi Bentzion Kravitz shares a touching story about an experience he had with share his values for Shabbat and Judaism. Instead of choosing debate and critical disagreement, which so prevalently surrounds the Jewish faith from other who may not live it, Rabbi Kravitz chose friendship and warmth [Read More]
Audio presentation by Rabbi Michael Skobac on this popular verses used by Christians to try and prove their messiah. Micah 5, Zechariah 12, & Isaiah 9-6
This is part 1 of the 11 part series on the writer’s journey back to Judaism. For the other parts, read this.