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Two Messiahs in Judaism: Ben David and Ben Joseph

By Garrett Smith
An exploration of the two different descriptions of the Messiah brought up in the book of Zechariah, the Jewish understanding of Messiah ben Joseph and Messiah ben David, and that Jesus fulfills both descriptions.
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Words of Thanks in the Bible

By Jews for Jesus
WORD Yadah: (Hebrew) Verb Todah (Hebrew) Noun Huy'dot (Hebrew) Noun Y'da' (Aramaic) Verb Eucharisteo (Greek) Verb Eucharistia (Greek) Noun form…
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In Our Own Image: Human Cloning

By Naomi Rothstein
If ever there was a time to develop an opinion of human cloning, it is now, before the hare of science races ahead of the tortoise of ethics once again. Is cloning “kosher?” What do the scriptures say?
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The Scarlet Cord of Redemption

By Jews for Jesus
A slim scarlet cord dangling in a window might not trigger thoughts of deliverance. That is, unless you were Rahab,…
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4 Surprising Facts About the Messiah

By Jews for Jesus
The Jewish prophets gave some very specific information about the Messiah not often discussed in synagogue.
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I'm Basically a Good Person and I'm Very Happy with My Own Religion, So Why Should I Believe in Jesus?

By Jews for Jesus
To tell you the truth, if everyone was good in God’s sight, nobody would need Jesus and we wouldn't be…
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Did Jesus teach his disciples to hate their parents?

By Rich Robinson
Some claim that Jesus taught his followers to hate their mother and father. If true, that would obviously make Jesus an immoral and unethical teacher, since one of the Ten Commandments is to honor one’s parents. “Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long in the land that the Lord your God is giving you,” the Torah says in Exodus 20:12.
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Jesus as Messiah in the Gospels

By David Brickner
An answer to the allegation that Jesus never claimed to be the Messiah.
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A Study on Biblical Concepts of Peace in the Old and New Testaments

By Efraim Goldstein
  Peace in the Tanakh (Jewish Scriptures)—shalom שָׁלוֹם‎ Peace in the New Testament—eirene εἰρήνη Word Origin and Meaning The root…
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A Look at the Trinity From a Messianic Jewish Perspective

By Jews for Jesus
Rabbis who believed that each word of the Hebrew Scriptures, each letter, is God's revelation had to admit that God spoke to himself and referred to himself in the plural. How can that be, when we know there is only one God?
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