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Overview of the Major Prophets: How well do you know the Jewish Bible?

By Jews for Jesus
Major Prophets1 Isaiah 740-700 B.C. 1 Jeremiah 626–587 B.C 1 Ezekiel 582-570 B.C. 1 Daniel 604-535 B.C. 1 Key Themes…
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Some Jewish Views of Jesus

By Jews for Jesus
I couldn't help writing on Jesus. Since I first met him he has held my mind and heart. I grew…
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In Their Own Words: Messianic Jewish Holocaust Survivors

By Jews for Jesus
Now the question is: "Was it as bad as was shown in films such as 'The Hiding Place' or 'The Holocaust'?" My answer is "Yes, except it was worse because there is no way you can show these things on T.V. or in a movie theater, and certainly no way that you can exaggerate what happened."
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Jesus and the Mysteries of Kabbalah

By Jews for Jesus
Though we don’t endorse or accept Kabbalah as Scripture, it’s hard to escape the fact that there are passages in that literature which clearly point to Jesus. Even more amazing is the fact that God has used this non-biblical literature to bring Jewish sages to a correct understanding of Yeshua, the Messiah of Israel!
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Two Types of Biblical Offerings

By Rich Robinson
With the Day of Atonement just last month, and with many of us thinking of Thanksgiving this month, we wanted…
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The New Testament: Contradictory or Consistent?

By Rich Robinson
There is a reason why Jews should care whether or not the New Testament is full of contradictions. Logically, if it is not filled with contradictions, then the New Testament might just be valid. And if that is true, its teachings on the Messiah and on the future of Israel are extremely relevant to Jews.
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Does Almah Mean Young Woman or Virgin?

By Jews for Jesus
A common argument raised against the virgin birth and against the New Testament's reference to Isaiah 7:14, is that the…
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Promises, Promises: The Concept of Covenant and Why We Should Care

By Amer Olson
We live in a world that is largely dependent on agreements, pacts and treaties to keep some order. Eventually the terms are compromised in some way. Yet, each of us has the opportunity to take part in a pact with our Creator that will last forever and live with the assurance of promises that will never be broken.
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Are the “Messianic Prophecies” in the Past Tense, So Not About a Future Messiah at All?

By Jews for Jesus
Hebrew Tenses Sometimes it is claimed that the messianic prophecies cited by Christians are in the past tense. Therefore, it…
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