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?
A famous Jewish chemist made the most important discovery of his life when he opened up the New Testament.
World-renowned chemist James Tour, a Jew who believes in Jesus, says that science has served to strengthen, not weaken, his faith.
Anti-Semitism threatens the foundations of the Christian faith and undermines the saving message of the gospel.
A young man encounters virulent anti-Semitism in college, but discovers that Christians who truly follow Jesus love the Jewish people.
Many Jewish people are afraid to open the New Testament because of what so-called “Christians” have done in the name of Jesus.
The real evil behind anti-Semitism is that the Jewish people have been blamed for the earth’s woes throughout the centuries, but they are actually the solution to the earth’s problems.
The Jewish people have always had opponents, because God’s plans have always had an opponent, one whom the Scriptures call the adversary.
One area that always got the best of Karol was food, which had become an addiction and obsession.
A young man wonders if his life of dropping out and drugs has left him totally without hope…
A seemingly harmless game of cards in high school led to a long-term gambling addiction…
Watch two funny Hanukkah/Christmas videos, enjoy our potato latke recipe, and learn why “Christmas is a Jewish Holiday” and why “Without Hanukkah There Would Be No Christmas.”
If Jesus is the Messiah, maybe instead of Chinese food and comedy, we should think about celebrating his birth in Jewish style.
Who is the One who can unite us during the Hanukkah/Christmas season?
“My Jewish husband doesn’t believe in Jesus, so how can I find spiritual harmony in our case?”
When Harry Chapin led the crowd in singing a Christmas carol, this young Jewish woman found herself crying unexpectedly.
Here are a few verses from both the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament regarding clothing and fashion.
Susan Salzman, now the rebbetzin at Beth Messiah Congregation in Livingston, New Jersey, once worked in the heart of the fashion industry in New York City.
No matter what a person wears, to the Almighty, haute couture is irrelevant.