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Did Jesus Exclude the Gentiles?

By Jeffrey Still
Jesus' conversation with the Canaanite woman in Matthew 15 seems very harsh. A closer look at this text not only sheds light on the story, but reveals its hidden beauty.
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Why Many Jewish People Think Christianity Is Antisemitic

By Jews for Jesus
The church and the Jewish people have history together has caused Jesus to be misrepresented to his own people for a long time. This causes many Jewish people today to believe that being Christian means being antisemitic. But Jewish faith in Jesus is not a stripping of our identity; rather, it is a affirmation of it.
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A Hasidic Couple’s Journey: The Ben David’s Story

By Adel and Yoel Ben David
"I said in my mind, You know what, God? If this is true, then I’m going to go with my heart. And at that moment, I saw the face of Jesus. I went home and found Adel. 'Something terrible has happened!' I announced. 'Jesus is the Messiah!'"
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Five Overlooked Facts from the Bible about Climate Change

By Rich Robinson
Climate change is a hotly contested topic in our society. Though this charged issue can be polarizing, environmental ethics long predate political policies. Some might be surprised to learn that the Jewish Scriptures and traditions actually have quite a few things to say about our environmental responsibilities.
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Inclusive Judaism

By Arielle Randle
Inclusivity should actually be a foundational part of our Jewish identity. And according to the Hebrew Scriptures, it’s nothing short of our destiny. Opening our arms to the nations and gathering those at the fringes doesn’t dilute our identity. If anything, it points us back to the heart of God’s calling for our people all along.
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How do you respond when people say that the Jews killed Jesus?

By Jews for Jesus
Unfortunately, one of the most common phrases a Jewish person can hear is this: “The Jews killed Jesus.” Such condemnations have plagued the Jewish people for the last two thousand years, acting as the fuel behind countless antisemitic atrocities throughout history. And it has to stop.
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Jay Sekulow: How a Jewish Lawyer from Brooklyn Came to Believe in Jesus

By Jay Sekulow
I kept looking for a traditional Jewish explanation that would satisfy, but found none. The only plausible explanation seemed to be Jesus.
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Is Jesus a Rabbi?

By Stephanie Hamman
Yes, Jesus – Yeshua – was a rabbi, a teacher of Judaism in the first century A.D. But was he more than a rabbi?
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You Just Found Out You’re Jewish – 3 Things You Need to Consider

By Arielle Randle
In an unexpected plot twist to your life, you just found out you are Jewish. You may or may not…
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What Religion Was Jesus?

By Stephanie Hamman
Historians agree, Jesus was a first-century teacher of Judaism, a rabbi. But then what kind of Judaism did Jesus teach?
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