Do Jews Believe in Sin?
Author: David M.

What does Judaism say about sin? Is sin relevant to Jewish life? Read here.

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Did He Or Didn’t He? Jewish Views of the Resurrection of Jesus
Author: David M.

Jewish scholars have paid more attention to the person of Yeshua (Jesus) in the last hundred years than they have in the previous nineteen hundred.

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A Future for Judaism?
Author: David M.

Will God fulfill his promise of sustaining the Jewish people? Several Jewish authors express concern about our survival.

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Thus Saith the Lord: Is the Oral Law Sacred?
Author: David M.

Like Douglas Rushkoff, we Jews who believe Jesus is the Messiah deem it acceptable to question things, even those things within Judaism that many hold to be sacred. One example of this is the Talmud. In traditional Judaism, the portion of Scripture known as the New...

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Tolerance, Schmolerance!
Author: David M.

How today’s re-definition of tolerance enables us to avoid important truths. Is tolerance acceptable when truth is on the line?

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Mission-Minded Youth Take Action
December 1, 1997
Author: David M.

Each year during the Advent season, Jews for Jesus branches step up our street evangelism. As holiday shoppers are buzzing around looking for a bargain, we’re on the streets looking for the holiday shoppers! They’re not hard to find as they travel in...

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Counting the Cost
May 1, 1995
Author: David M.

On my way to visit a Jewish man who had expressed an interest in Jesus, I decided to drop in on one of the local churches. That particular church belonged to a mainline evangelical denomination, and though I had never met the pastor, I was hoping to introduce myself....

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The God I Believe In
March 1, 1995
Author: David M.

Book Title: The God I Believe In Author: Joshua O. Haberman Date Published: 1994 Publisher: The Free Press Reviewer: David M. Review Date: March 1, 1995 Judaism, it has been said, is a religion of deed and not creed. A rabbi may have no difficulty explaining the...

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I’m a Jew for Moses
Author: David M.

If one claims to be a Jew for Moses” as a rebuttal to belief in Jesus, it’s wise to understand what that entails.”

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In Berkeley—A Plurality of Ideas, Only One God!
June 1, 1993
Author: David M.

The University of California at Berkeley is often considered the birthplace of the Free Speech Movement that began in the 1960s. Students on campuses across the country soon followed suit working for various causes. Some spoke out for peace, others championed animal...

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God and Carpeting: The Theology of Woody Allen
Author: David M.

A red-haired boy sits next to his mother in the psychiatrist’s office. She is describing her son’s problems and expressing her disappointment in him. Why is he always depressed? Why can’t he be like other boys his age? The doctor turns to the boy and...

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The Day the Rabbi Was Wrong
Author: David M.

Actually, it was not just one day in time that the rabbi was wrong, and it was not just one rabbi. Most rabbis have taken a wrong turn while on their way to serve God. Yet, the influence of the sages and rabbis of old is so great that many Jewish people—whether...

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A Raisin to Believe
July 1, 1990
Author: David M.

Many come to the Big Apple and try to witness, but most traditional forms of outreach are barely even noticed as the masses hurry by. To be heard in New York City you really have to make some noise, or at least maintain a high profile. Such is the case with our Jews...

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