Who does Jesus say will be saved and how will they know it? Let's find out in this interesting article by Gerald Sigal...
Is it true that Zechariah 6:12-13 speaks of the Messiah as both a king and a priest? Let's find out in this interesting article.
How can a Jew Answer the Christian missionary's Question, "Are you saved?" . Let's find out in this interesting post by Gerald Sigal.
How can a non-Jew Answer the Christian missionary's Question, "Are you saved?" Let's find out.
Is it true that Jesus was scourged to such an extent that the whip marks left his body resembling a bloody pulp? Let's find out.
Did Jesus quote Psalms 22:2 on the cross? Why did He quote that? Let's find out in this interesting post by Gerald Sigal.
Jewish and Christian renderings of Psalms 22:17 have different translations for the word Ka'ari. Why is it so? Let's find out.
In John 19:37, Zechariah 12:10 is quoted with a significant change. What does this verse mean in Zechariah? Does John 19:37 misquote Zechariah 12:10?
As a human being, Jesus certainly had very little. Yet, because he was allegedly God, he could expect, on reassuming his heavenly role, to exercise...
Did Jesus shed blood in Gethesemane count as blood sacrifice? Let's find out in this interesting post by Gerald Sigal. Let us know what you think o...
What difference does it make if Jesus did or did not undergo serious blood loss while being prepared for or undergoing execution? Let's find out.
Did a Roman soldier shed Jesus' blood? Let's find out in this article written by Gerald Sigal.
What is the translation of Daniel 9:25? Why is it different from other Christian Bible translations? Let's find out.
Do Jews believe in the doctrine of original sin? Find out in this interesting post by Gerald Sigal where he talks about the original sin.
Question: Isn't it true that humans are so innately sinful that they need an outside sinless agent to redeem them from sin?
What are the implications of the Christian doctrine of original sin? Let's find out.
What are some of the fundamental changes that the true Messiah will bring about when he comes? Let's find out in this interesting article.
According to the Book of Revelation, Jesus promised to return "quickly." What does "quickly mean"? Let's find out in this interesting article by Ge...
Does Isaiah, chapter 11, refer to Jesus?
According to the New Testament, after how long an interval did Jesus promise to return to earth?
How can we be sure that Jesus' promises to return are false prophecy?
When speaking of Jesus' second coming what does Paul mean by the word "shortly" in Romans 16:20 or the author of Revelation 22:10, 12, 20 by "the t...
How does the author of the second epistle of Peter attempt to deal with the problem occasioned by the delay in Jesus' return?
Is it true that Jews interpreted Isaiah 53 as referring to the Messiah until the medieval commentator Rashi explained it as referring to the people...
Didn't the delay in Jesus' second coming give further opportunity for people to be "saved" by believing in him?
What does "this generation" mean in the verse, "Truly I say to you this generation will not pass away until all these things take place" (Matthew 2...
Why do Christians claim there will be a second coming of Jesus? Let us find out in this interesting post by Gerald Sigal.
How does the passage of time effect the Christian claim of a "second coming of Christ"? Let's find out in this interesting article.
Who is the narrator in Isaiah 53? Who is to be astonished by the ascendancy of he who was formerly despised? Let's find out.
Who is the suffering servant of the Lord? Let's find out.