Issues 21:05 Messianic Jews and the Holocaust
- Hide and Seek: The Story of Holocaust Survivor Maria Weinstein
- Auschwitz, Mengele, and the God Who Was With Me
- My Father the Nazi
- Son of a Holocaust Survivor
- In Their Own Words: Messianic Jewish Holocaust Survivors
- Video: Survivor Stories
- Book Review: When Being Jewish Was a Crime by Rachmiel Frydland
- Poem: “Where Was God When the Six Million Died?”
Jews who believed in Jesus got no “exemption” from the Holocaust.
About 300 members of the Beth El Congregation of Hebrew Christians in Warsaw died in the Holocaust, including Leon Rosenberg’s daughter and her husband.
Bazyli Jocz, a Jewish believer in Jesus who worked with the Church’s Ministry among Jewish People (CMJ) in Warsaw, Poland, was betrayed to the Gestapo and shot.
It is estimated that as many as ten percent of the Jews in Nazi Germany believed in Jesus as the Jewish Messiah. And they suffered and went to their deaths along with their fellow Jews.
Until she began teaching about the Holocaust at Christian colleges and universities, author Judith Mendelsohn Rood had no idea that many of the Jews killed in the Holocaust were professing Christians.