25th Anniversary of Supreme Court Case
June 16, 2012
Author: Jews for Jesus

It is the 25th anniversary of the amendment rights case ruling that Jews for Jesus has the right to distribute literature at airports as a constitutionally-protected activity! Read the facts below from OYEZ.org: AIRPORT COMMISSIONERS v. JEWS FOR JESUS Facts of the...

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Jay Sekulow: How a Jewish Lawyer from Brooklyn Came to Believe in Jesus
January 1, 2005
Author: Jay Sekulow

Jay Sekulow: How a Jewish Lawyer from Brooklyn Came to Believe in Jesus My Big Day at the Supreme Court I came to the courtroom early, before the proceedings began. The podium was adjustable, right? I lowered it. I’m five feet, seven and a half inches tall and...

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An Airport Encounter
March 1, 1989

In 1987 the United States Supreme Court upheld the rights of Jews for Jesus by declaring airports to be public forums. This meant that the highest court in the land recognized those thriving hubs of urban transportation as places where the first amendment could be...

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