The first Jewish followers of Jesus believed that he is God come to Israel in person. Naturally, that raises many questions for Jewish people today!
The gospel is a Jewish thing, though the word doesn’t sound very Jewish! It comes from the Hebrew Bible and refers to the core hope of Judaism.
Redemption starts with Passover, which becomes the pattern for all Biblical history and God’s ultimate plan for the world.
Everyone seems to have a different idea of what sin means, but the Bible gives us a singular understanding that applies to all times and cultures.
The New Testament throughout shows that Jesus is indeed the “Mighty God” who has come among us as a human being. Jesus does things only God can do, su...
Though, it’s often held to be heretical in modern Judaism, the idea of a God being three-in-one actually has its roots in foundational Judaism.
The idea of a future resurrection from the dead comes from ancient biblical Judaism. But what do Jewish sources think about Jesus’ resurrection?
It’s a very common misrepresentation that while Jews believe in one God, Christians believe in three. The fact is that Christianity is as firmly monot...
Is there room in Jewish thought for the idea that someone can die for the sins of another? The Bible and Jewish tradition both seem to think so.
When God refers to the Jewish people as chosen, it means He selected them for a specific purpose and task. So what is it we were set apart to do?
How do we reconcile the promise that God has a covenant with Israel with our experiences in daily life, which are often filled with difficulties.
Rabbis who believed that each word of the Hebrew Scriptures, each letter, is God’s revelation had to admit that God spoke to himself and referred to h...
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