Brigham Young posed the question: “Can you make a Christian of a Jew?” and then proceeded to answer it. What was his response?
Why do evangelical Christians expend so much money and energy targeting Jewish people for conversion?
Evangelical Christians have been pondering their abysmal lack of success in converting Jews, what is it about? Let’s find out.
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A number of sensitive Christians have condemned the deceptions of groups like “Jews for Jesus.” Read more about it in this Q & A article.
We hope so! The first and most important safeguard is to realize that anyone can end up in a cult.
When it comes to salesmanship — which is essentially what evangelism is all about — the “soft-sell” is still a sales pitch. The “soft-sell”, however, seeks to disarm us by short-circuiting our natural defensive instincts.
When I was sixteen, I went to church with a friend. I felt something powerful inside that I had never felt before. I was curious, why I hadn’t felt this way when I went to Temple? I was as confused as a young Jewish girl can be.
Susan (Shoshana) Zakar is a convert to Judaism. Earlier in her life, she had decided she wanted to be Jewish, but circumstances prevented it. She ended up becoming a fundamentalist Christian. The following letter explains what drew her in. (a letter to an unmet friend written January, 2001) A friend asked me to write to [Read More]