Isaiah 53 Teaches that Jesus is NOT the Messiah By Rabbi Yisroel Blumenthal
The following are the Counter-Missionary Survival Seminar notes for the Why Jesus Didn’t Have To Die To Atone For Sin Session
How prevalent is the Jewish belief in reincarnation today? How does it differ from the Asian belief? What do the Rabbis think of it?
Jews for Judaism’s 2016 NoShow Gala is part of our annual fundraising campaign. Join Rabbi Kravitz as he shares a story of a family that he helped along their Jewish journey.
I know it’s dicey to write a critical reflection on Jews embracing Christmas. Hearing the inevitable chorus of “intolerant Scrooge” certainly gives me pause.
We recently were asked the following by one of our visitors: A Christian co-worker recently told me that the Bible contains a prophecy, in the book of Isaiah, forecasting that the Messiah would be born to a virgin mother. She then showed me the verse in her Bible: “Therefore the L-rd Himself shall give you [Read More]
When Jesus died, was there a resurrection of the dead? Let’s find out.
I was so strong in my faith. I was certain that when we got married that my husband would ‘see the light’ and join me. I really loved God and I really loved Sam. It is true that we agreed to ‘live and let live’ when it came to religion, but I still had my dreams.
For many Christians, it is difficult to understand how it is possible someone to read the bible and not see several clear biblical passages that point to Jesus. On the flip side, from the Jewish perspective, when one reads the bible it is impossible to see Jesus in the text.
Why Jesus didn’t have to Die to Atone for Sin? Find out in this interesting video.