Jews for Jesus is just one of hundreds of evangelical Christian missionary organizations that spend millions of dollars each year to convert Jews.
If you are Jewish, you’re a target. Millions of evangelical Christians in North America are passionately committed to converting us to their faith. They fund over 1,000 different missionary organizations to spearhead this effort. These include groups like Jews for Jesus and Chosen People Ministries, as well as hundreds of Messianic congregations reaching out to Jews of all stripes.
THE TRINITY is Part 5 of Jews and Jewish Christianity: A Jewish Response to the Missionary Challenge.
Jesus and God is Part 3 of Jews and Jewish Christianity: A Jewish Response to the Missionary Challenge. This video was produced to persuade Jews for Jesus, Messianic Jews and Hebrew-Christians to take another look at the issues of Jewish Christianity.
Is Jews for Jesus a heavenly deception? Let’s make a complete analysis on the strategy of Jews for Jesus in this interesting post.
SEEKING GOD: Faith and Doubt with Rabbi Michael Skobac is the “sixth” of a 6-part lecture series called: DEEPENING JEWISH EXPERIENCE: The Spiritual Dimension. If you want to deepen your understanding of Judaism, are seeking more from your Jewish experience, or are just curious — then this seminar is for you! In six stimulating sessions, [Read More]
JEWISH PRAYER & MEDITATION: Connecting with God with Rabbi Michael Skobac is the “third” of a 6-part lecture series called: DEEPENING JEWISH EXPERIENCE: The Spiritual Dimension
SHABBAT & HOLIDAYS: Creating Islands in Time with Rabbi Michael Skobac is the “fourth” of a 6-part lecture series called: DEEPENING JEWISH EXPERIENCE: The Spiritual Dimension
Join Rabbi Micheal Skobac as he explores the concept of Mashiach Ben Yosef.
Christian missionaries insist that the New Testament is the inerrant word of God and the fulfillment of the Jewish Bible, the Tenach, which Christians mis-name the “Old Testament“. In this special 2-hour lecture, Rabbi Michael Skobac offers a critical examination of the New Testament scriptures from a traditional Jewish perspective.