We want to have honest conversations with open-minded Jewish people about issues that deeply affect our people and how these issues relate to Jesus.
Sobibor's Sock KnittersMarch 22 2014
Knitting is just a hobby for me. But in the Nazi death camp of Sobibor in Eastern Poland, knitting saved several Jewish women from death.
Tikkun Olam: Repairing the WorldJanuary 09 2014
Tikkun olam has become a favorite Hebrew catch phrase for repairing the world. But this is not possible until our own hearts are repaired. Is there someone who can do that?
From Kung Fu to Kabbalah ... to MessiahMay 01 2013
As in the ancient days of the Pharaoh, my mother's family was forced to flee from Egypt in 1952, a…
Andrew KlavanNovember 09 2011
The Serious Business of Storytelling Andrew Klavan is the author of such internationally bestselling novels as True Crime, filmed by and starring Clint Eastwood, and Don’t Say A Word, made into a film starring Michael Douglas. Klavan has been nominated for the Mystery Writers of America’s Edgar Award five times and has won twice. His books have been translated around the world.
What Other Jewish Authors Say About JesusAugust 28 2011
Read the lead article to see what Jewish novelist Andrew Klavan says about Jesus. Sholem Asch (1880-1957), who wrote in…
Hide and Seek: The Story of Holocaust Survivor Maria WeinsteinApril 28 2011
Outside, she could hear the matches scratching. As the village around them exploded in flames, the Nazis attempted to set the last house alight. Within these walls, Maria Weinstein huddled in the embrace of her newly adopted family. There, amid the chaos, Jew and gentile united as one family in fervent prayer.
In Their Own Words: Messianic Jewish Holocaust SurvivorsMarch 11 2011
Vera Schlamm One of the questions I was asked frequently when I first came to this country is: Was it…
Jesus’ Last Week Leading Up to Passover: A Day-by-Day LookMarch 09 2011
Learn how Jesus spent his last week leading up to Passover, culminating in his death and resurrection.
Unto Us A Son Is GivenNovember 15 2010
Note: excerpted from Messianic Christology, by Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum, Founder/Director of Ariel Ministries Isaiah 9:6-7 6 For a child will…
Kabbalah’s Best Kept Secret?February 09 2010
"God as a trinity? No way!" "We Jews don't believe in the idea of a divine incarnation!" For many Jews, these statements are givens. Or are they?
Guess Who's Coming to the Seder?December 22 2009
Every year Macabbi Tel Aviv faces off against its rival, Hapoel Tel Aviv, in a soccer match. The game is…
Yartzheit for the CardinalMay 30 2008
Jean-Marie Lustiger walked nervously up to the dais to preside over his first mass. The church was packed and the…
Don't All Good People Go to Heaven?January 21 2008
Many people do not believe in a literal heaven so for them, the question “Who goes there?” is moot. The late Dr. Louis Goldberg once told of the time that he went into the store of a Jewish proprietor:
A look at one of the predictions of the Messiah's coming in the Hebrew ScripturesNovember 15 2006
Critics have said that Mary and Joseph arranged to have Jesus born in Bethlehem to fulfill the prophecy, but the historical events of that day refute that.
The New Testament: Contradictory or Consistent?August 15 2006
Some efforts to resolve various difficulties the Bible presents have been simplistic, naive or sometimes even seemingly desperate.
Promises, Promises: The Concept of Covenant and Why We Should CareAugust 01 2005
A summary of God’s covenants with the Jewish people.
Covenants With Israel-Up Close and PersonalAugust 01 2005
Covenant Scripture Passage Participants and Provision Abrahamic (Genesis 12:1-3) 1Now the LORD said to Abram, "Go forth from your country…To…
From Generation to Generation: A Jewish Family Finds Their Way HomeJune 17 2005
My name is Steven Peter Wertheim. I was born August 3, 1951 in the Bronx, New York—but our family actually…
Jewish Humor in Not-so-Funny TimesApril 01 2005
A look at the significance of Jewish laughter.
The Returning King: The “Two Messiahs” in ZechariahMay 01 2004
How can we reconcile the two very ways in which the Jewish Scriptures portray the Messiah?