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Yom Kippur in the Old and New Testaments
The Judaism of today is something other than what was established by the God of Israel. Let's look more closely at this world of ancient Israel, and see how it compares with the modern expression of Jewish faith, especially as it relates to the High Holy Days.Read ›
The Passover Symbols and Their Messianic Significance
At every Seder, the Passover symbols help to retell the story of liberation from Egypt and point to God’s long-term redemption plan. But a closer look at the symbols is an opportunity to see Yeshua's death, resurrection, and return in light of this age-old celebration.Read ›
Should Messianic Jews Keep Torah?
Not only do we reject the stereotype that Jewish people cannot be followers of Yeshua, but we believe that both identities be embraced and enhance one another in a beautiful spiritual harmony. What does it look like to be a Jewish follower of Jesus and also value your rituals and heritage?Read ›
Should Gentile Christians Keep Torah?
The more Christians come to understand the Jewish context of their faith, the more aware they become of how much Christianity has evolved. In an effort to reconcile this, some begin to wonder if they should be keeping the Torah. But what does the Bible have to say about this?Read ›
The Top 40 Messianic Prophecies
Jews for Jesus has curated approximately 40 of the most helpful messianic prophecies along with their New Testament fulfillments. Many people in Jesus own day had questions about his identity. But for Jesus himself, the Hebrew Scriptures were the key by which he understood his vocation and life.Read ›
What is the source of Jewish identity?
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 not intervened. In the Hebrew Scriptures, the textbook for Jewish identity, the definition of that identity always comes from God.Read ›
A Jewish View of the Trinity Based on the Hebrew Scriptures
It is an all-too-common assumption that the concept of the Trinity is a purely Christian idea. But the idea of a God being a three-in-one unity actually has its roots in foundational Judaism and in the Hebrew Scriptures. This article will reveal how the Hebrew language and scriptural evidence point to a triune Godhead.Read ›
Who's the Subject of Isaiah 53?
Isaiah 53 has been a controversial passage within the Jewish community for centuries—some think it speaks of the Messiah, others think it’s about Israel, and some ignore it altogether. But, there are still Jewish people who see Yeshua as the Messiah prophesied in this passage.Read ›
Why Are the Jewish People Called the "Chosen People?"
When God in the Hebrew Scriptures refers to the Jewish people as chosen, he's saying that he selected them to serve a specific purpose and to carry out a particular task. So what is it we were set apart to do?Read ›
Last Supper a Passover Seder?
The Last Supper has resulted in a growing number of Christians interested in the Passover Seder, generating controversy within the Jewish community. However, we find a key fulfillment of Jewish hope in the way both Jesus and his followers celebrate Passover.Read ›