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The Strongest Man Is Not From Nazareth

The Strongest Man Is Not From Nazareth

05.25.2023 - (Torah portion Naso) - Nowhere in the Jewish bible does it say that anyone would be called a Nazarene.

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Shavuot Mystery Nourishes Our Soul

Shavuot Mystery Nourishes Our Soul

5/21/2023 - (Shavuot) - Like milk, we absorb the Torah, which nourishes our “essence.”

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An Israeli “Messianic Jew” Discovers Real Truth

An Israeli “Messianic Jew” Discovers Real Truth

5.13.2023 - (Torah portion Bamidbar) - The New Testament changed the role of the messiah.

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Highlighted Articles

What Do Cults and Terrorists Have in Common?

What Do Cults and Terrorists Have in Common?

The Power of Persuasion and Thought Reform

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Sin, Sacrifices, and Atonement

Sin, Sacrifices, and Atonement

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks answers the question: How can we make sense of the sin offering?

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Debunking The Isaiah 53 "Forbidden Chapter” Conspiracy

Debunking The Isaiah 53 "Forbidden Chapter” Conspiracy

Missionaries are either intentionally trying to mislead people about Isaiah 53 or are ignorant of history.

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Does Judaism Believe In the Holy Spirit?

Does Judaism Believe In the Holy Spirit?

The Christian Holy Spirit and Judaism's Ruach Hakodesh are very different. Discover the true meaning of “Ruach Hakodesh.”

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 The History and Mission of Jews for Judaism

The History and Mission of Jews for Judaism

Rabbi Yosef Levin interviews Jews for Judaism founder Rabbi Bentzion Kravitz.

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Are Ancient Biblical Sacrifices Relevant Today?

Are Ancient Biblical Sacrifices Relevant Today?

Explore the spiritual dimension of sacrifices and the lessons they provide for life.

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