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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
Jews for Jesus has a slogan, “We exist to make the Messiahship of Jesus an unavoidable issue to our Jewish people world-wide.” If this is the reason for their existence than they might as well close shop. Christendom’s centuries old policy of degradation and contempt of Jews and Judaism, based on New Testament models, beat [Read More]
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.
What characteristics define a cult? Do cult leaders really believe what they preach? What happens to cult members 10 years after they join? and more.
What is Deceptive Proselytizing? What is Jews for Jesus? How Jewish Are Groups Such As Jews for Jesus? and more.
“Jesus Camp,” this year’s Academy Award-nominated documentary, underscores an alarming trend. Christian youth, eager and well-trained, are determined to proselytize their friends
Tactics used to Convert Jews After exploring the underlying reasons for the obsession to convert Jews, it is vitally important that you understand the means or tactics the missionary will employ to dupe unwitting Jews into accepting Jesus. We will go back to the beginning to explain. One could argue that Paul, a founding father [Read More]
Just a few examples: 1) In a Jews for Jesus booklet entitled “Jewishness And The Trinity,” in an attempt to prove their point they quote a non-existent passage from the “Zohar” a classic book of Jewish mysticism. 2) In a book titled “Share the New Life with a Jew, “ Jews for Jesus founder Moishe [Read More]
The growth of the Jews for Jesus and Messianic movements in Israel, especially during Israel’s 60th Anniversary, is unprecedented and an outcome of unrestrained relationships with evangelical Christians. There are more than 15,000 “Messianic Jews” residing in Israel and more than 275,000 in the Diaspora.