Naomi Wolf, a Jew Who Has Seen Jesus?

Naomi Wolf, author of the best-seller, The Beauty Myth, and one of the leading feminist writers in the U.S., was interviewed in Scotland’s Sunday Herald last month and recounted her experience of having a vision of Jesus in holographic form.

She said, I actually had this vision of Jesus, and I’m sure it was Jesus,” said Wolf. “But it wasn’t this crazy theological thing; it was just this figure who was the most perfected human being that there could be—full of light and full of love.” Wolf said it was probably the most profound experience of her life.

She went on in the interview to voice her concerns: “I don’t want to be co-opted as the poster child for any religion or any agenda. There are a lot of people out there just waiting for some little Jewish feminist to cross over. I don’t claim to get where this being fits into the scheme of things but I absolutely believe in divine providence now, absolutely believe God totally cares about every single one of us intimately.”

I wonder if Naomi Wolf is aware that there are some Jewish people who have had a vision of Jesus. Fred Wertheim, a Holocaust survivor, saw Jesus at the foot of his bed. Sometimes that’s the way God chooses to get our attention. Maybe you are one of them reading this blog. We’d love to hear from you.


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Susan Perlman is one of the co-founders of Jews for Jesus. Susan is the associate executive director of Jews for Jesus and also director of communications for the organization. She also serves as the editor in chief of ISSUES, their evangelistic publication for Jewish seekers. She left a career track in New York City to help launch Jews for Jesus in San Francisco in the early 1970s. See more here.

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