Who is the Moshiach ben Yosef? What did he teach? Let us find out in this detailed and interesting post.
Christians view the Jewish rejection of the Christian Messiah as the most significant issue dividing the Christian and the Jew.
Belief in the eventual coming of the Messiah and perfection of the world under his reign is a basic and fundamental part of traditional Judaism. The concept is not mentioned explicitly in the Torah (Five Books of Moses), but many hints are given through exegetical teaching of several passages.
The Counter-missionary Survival Seminar is the definitive, internationally acclaimed 10-part audio series, presented by Rabbi Michael Skobac, Education Director of JEWS FOR JUDAISM (Canada), that concisely presents the Jewish response to Christian missionary claims.
What is the Jewish perspective on dreams?
Judaism can be a very busy religion. We do so many things in our observance. It’s easy to get lost in the details & forget about the big picture. So what’s Judaism really all about? What’s the ultimate goal of everything we do as Jews? Where’s Judaism supposed to be taking us? This lecture analyizes [Read More]
Many Christians have a very difficult time understanding how it is possible for Jewish people to study their Bible and fail to see it pointing to Jesus as the Messiah. Is it possible, as the Greek Testament claims, that Satan has blinded the Jews who now have a veil covering their eyes?
One of the basic premises upon which Christianity rests is that Jesus was the Messiah predicted in the Jewish Bible. Judaism has always rejected this belief.
The Jewish tradition of “The Messiah” has its foundation in numerous biblical references, and understands “The Messiah” to be a human being – without any overtone of deity or divinity – who will bring about certain changes in the world and fulfill certain criteria before he can be acknowledged as “The Messiah”.
Many leaders of religious cults claim to be G-d’s special messengers, prophets, Jesus, the Messiah, or G-d Himself. For example, Jews believe that “the messiah” will bring about peace for mankind.