According to recent estimates, there are now over 5,000 cults operating throughout North America. The lives of countless people are being negatively impacted by these insidious groups.
By Atara Siegel – Published Feb 18, 2014 Ruth Guggenheim serves as the executive director for Jews for Judaism, an anti-missionary organization active on college campuses and in the wider Jewish community
I had the pleasure of speaking at a Jews for Judaism Canada event in Toronto this year on the eve of the Christian holiday of Christmas.
Have you ever had a philosophy that you held strongly in your mind but found difficult to carry out? Cloth diapers is an example of this for me.
A few days have passed since my run-in with the Messianic Jewish website that tricked me with their Torah portion list… www.torahportions.org And now I’m wondering if they’re doing a good thing. Sort of. For someone.
I was planning my 3-year-old’s playgroup curriculum for the year, and I needed a list of the parshas (Torah portions for the weekly readings) in order. I did what many moms would do under the circumstances: I Googled it. Up comes a page with exactly what I need, I copy and paste into the spreadsheet I’m creating, [Read More]
Before we were Jewish, my husband and I were on a journey.We spent the first seven years of our marriage on a truth quest – a year and a half in the church, three and a half in the largest messianic “synagogue” in the United States, and the last two years in the conversion process [Read More]
Last time I wrote about When one spouse is more observant that the other (part 1) how the fridge light exposed how my husband and I were on different pages when it came to our religious observance.
Jews for Judaism’s educational programs are a powerful way of strengthening our communities against the threat
of deceptive and aggressive missionaries and stimulate an honest assessment of our spiritual health and are an inspiring catalyst for positive change.