True or False
- The Masoretic Text is the instruction guide for an Italian automobile.
- The more Orthodox a Jewish person is, the less likely he or she is to believe in Jesus.
- In the traditional Jewish version of the Old Testamant, the order is such that the last book is 2 Chronicles.
- Sixty thousand Jews came to Christ in Israel alone last year.
- A shofar is a driver for an Israeli general.
- There are three correct methods for witnessing to Jewish people.
- There are more than 300 messianic prophecies in the Jewish Bible that Yeshua (Jesus) fulfilled.
- False. The Masoretic Text is the standard Hebrew text of the Old Testament, established in the early medieval period by Jewish scribes known as the Masoretes.
- False. There’s no evidence that people from a particular branch of Judaism are more or less likely to come to faith—though in some cases, Orthodox Jews take Scripture more seriously, and that’s always a help in seeing the truth about Jesus.
- True. The Jewish version has all the same books as your Old Testament, but some are in a different order, and some of the verses are numbered differently as well.
- False…for now. Keep praying!
- False. But we do believe the shofar (ram’s horn) will be heard in Israel when Jesus returns.
- False. Any truthful and compassionate way you find to tell Jewish people about Jesus is correct.