ISSUES is a publication giving a Messianic Jewish perspective on a wide variety of subjects—from traditional Jewish occasions to the latest contemporary films. Plus delightful stories of "The Little Shtetl of Vaysechvoos," and more.
The main readership of ISSUES consists of Jewish people who are willing to give consideration to the question, Who is Jesus?
We all bring certain assumptions to the paradigm through which we view our Jewish experience.
We each have a paradigm through which we view our Jewish experience. What’s yours?
The travels of three young Jewish musicians to Israel, India, Nepal and Thailand serve as inspiration for You Are Home, their second full-length album.
Young Israeli musician causes a stir on national television when she says she is a follower of Yeshua (Jesus).
A California girl moves to England to pursue her passion to play rock and roll; then everything falls apart.
In 1963, 16-year-old British singing sensation Helen Shapiro was so popular that the Beatles were her opening act on tour!
It’s not every day that a musician who played with famous big bands ends up becoming a rabbi.
The enigmatic musician has had much to say about Jesus in song and in interviews.
Paul Liberman’s The Fig Tree Blossoms: Messianic Judaism Emerges has sold over 100,000 copies. ISSUES interviews Liberman, who was at the forefront of that movement in the 1970s.
Paul Liberman feels so strongly about his Jewish identity that he changed the title of his autobiography to Don’t Call Me Christian.
Lex Rofex, who writes for Jewschool, interviewed Aaron Trank of Jews for Jesus to find out just exactly what a Messianic Jew is, anyway.
A young Jewish man who loved arguing about religion was ready to dismantle the arguments of Jews for Jesus.
When a third of Jewish Americans born after 1980 describe themselves as having no religion, how many of us will make an appearance at temple for the High Holidays this year?
Someone has already taken the blame for all of our wrongdoing. But we must acknowledge him as God’s scapegoat, the atonement for our sins.
ISSUES interviews Nancy Ellen Abrams, author of A God That Could be Real: Spirituality, Science, and the Future of our Planet.
Lise Meitner, who helped discover nuclear fission in 1938, was as shocked as the rest of the world when the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
Author Nancy Ellen Abrams argues that the God of the Bible is not compatible with what scientists are discovering about our universe.