Though our salvation comes from the Messiah, there are still two reasons that as Jews we find value in practicing commands of the Torah.

The Jewish Messiah is for all people, and his followers are united in one faith in the God of Israel. But do Gentile believers need to keep the Torah?

For Jesus, the Hebrew Scriptures were the key by which he understood his vocation and life. We’ve gathered the 40 most striking prophecies about him.

The Bible challenged ancient culture and included a place for women to participate in every aspect of life except the Temple priesthood.

Why does Jesus ignore this Gentile woman’s cries for help, tell his disciples that he won’t help anyone who’s not Jewish, then seem to insult her?

Why are many Jewish people wary of the gospel? The answers are rooted in church history and explain the lingering impact of Christian antisemitism.

An exploration of the two different descriptions of the Messiah brought up in the book of Zechariah, the Jewish understanding of Messiah ben Joseph an...

Shavuot has been relegated to the status of a lesser-celebrated holiday on our Jewish calendar. Yet it is a festival that reminds us that God meets bo...

Contrary to tradition, a fresh look at history and astronomy sets the date of Jesus’ birth at an important point in the Jewish holiday calendar.

Moses chose not to reveal that he was a Hebrew. He actively identified as an Egyptian, and that’s how he would have gone down in history if God had no...

Cross-cultural challenges can result in marital complications. Blending cultures without privileging one faith over the other can feel impossible.

The historical record is very clear. Jesus did exist. So, how did his existence come to be questioned by so many modern people?

Meditation in the Jewish Scriptures describes a different approach to mindfulness meditation: in the Scriptures, mindfulness meditation refers to appl...

This type of meditation now used in psychotherapy is derived from an old Buddhist discipline. But the Tanakh has its own, God-centered version.

Interacting with a personal God who listens to our prayers and cares about our daily affairs feels foreign to many Jewish people. Thus the Jewish heal...

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...

The issues relevant to the “spiritual but not religious” movement are so ancient that the Jewish Bible addresses many of them—and so did Jesus!

God made you Jewish on purpose. What if faith in Jesus enables you to discover the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob—the One who has the final say on w...

Jesus is often misunderstood because he’s taken out of context. We have to understand him within the world of first-century Jewish life.

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.

When the truth hurts, we must choose either to endure pain or avoid truth. What does this mean when we apply it to a spiritual reality?

More than any other book of the Hebrew Scriptures, the writings of the prophet Daniel confront us with evidence of the time of Messiah’s coming.

The New Testament says from the first page that it’s the story of the Jewish Messiah, the Son of David and Son of Abraham.

The idea of a future resurrection from the dead comes from ancient biblical Judaism. But what do Jewish sources think about Jesus’ resurrection?

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