With over 360,000 in print, in 9 languages, this clear, concise and easy to read handbook is an excellent resource for parents, students, young adults, educators, and rabbis.
Its information is both educational, effective and a superb inoculation against missionary efforts. Topics include The Battle for the Jewish Soul, The Obsession to Convert Jews, Refuting Five Primary Missionary Claims, The Jewish Messiah, Refuting Christian Proof-texts and Solutions to the Missionary Problem.
The Jewish Response to Missionaries (8-Page Booklet) English
According to recent Gallup and Harris polls, there are over 70 million born again Christians in North America, many of whom are convinced that in order for Jesus to return, the Jewish people must first be converted to
Christianity. Christian denominations, such as the Southern Baptist Convention and the Assemblies of God, as well as countless other Christian groups worldwide, contribute more than $300 million annually to aggressively
evangelize Jews. These evangelical Christians have established special Hebrew Christian synagogues to attract Jews. Such synagogues have grown in number from 20 to over 500 in the last 30 years.
Missionaries convince their recruits that they are not complete as Jews until they accept Jesus as the Messiah, and that a Jew retains his Jewish identity after converting to Christianity. According to a 1990 Council of Jewish Federations population study, over 600,000 Jews in North America alone identify with some type of Christianity. Over the past 30 years, more than 275,000 Jews worldwide have been converted specifically by missionaries who use
deceptive tactics that masquerade Christian beliefs in the guise of Judaism. The Gospel is preached by Messianic rabbis wearing yarmulkas (skullcaps) and talleisim (prayer shawls) at Shabbat and High Holiday services. These Hebrew Christians promote their Christian faith by using a new name:Messianic Judaism.
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