claims of jesus

Linus and Charlie Brown

If Jesus is Not the Messiah…
December 19, 2014
Author: Matt Sieger

More and more Jewish people are open to discussing Jesus, including several Jewish scholars. Amy Jill Levine, Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt, wrote a book about Jesus entitled The Misunderstood Jew and also helped put together The Jewish Annotated New Testament. Many Jewish people now say that Jesus was a historical…

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Who is He?
August 6, 2011

The most important question ever asked is the one Yeshua put to His disciples at Caesarea: “But who do you say that I am?” (Matthew 16:15). The debate over this question has engaged some of the most thoughtful minds as well as engendering some of the greatest controversy in history. For years, we have been…

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Who is the Messenger?
November 1, 2002
Author: Tom Brewer

How do we find personal hope in God?

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Was Yeshua a Good Man?
March 1, 2002

What did Y’shua actually claim to be?

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Is There Hope for Peace?
May 1, 1997
Author: Susan Perlman

A biblical view of peace and how to attain it.

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Jesus of Nazareth: Miracle Worker or More?
November 1, 1996
Author: Laura Barron

A look at Jesus’ miracles and what they indicate about him.

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Yeshua–Let’s Clear Things Up
May 1, 1994
Author: Susan Perlman

A point by point look at Jesus’ claims, attitudes, actions and how he has affected the world.

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Is the Messiah Divine?
July 1, 1992

Gus was a nice guy. But he was also a pest. As a telecommunications engineer I could not have asked for a better co-worker. Gus was proficient and always in a good mood. As a Jew, however, I would have preferred that he talk about almost anything else while working by my side. He was…

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Certainly! But then again, no…
September 4, 1987
Author: Ruth Rosen

  Certainly the Jews would have been the first to acknowledge any person with all the good” characteristics Jesus Christ is alleged to have had (ignoring the hostile and cruel aspects of the person described in the Gospels.) You’d see the Gospels for what they are–hearsay accounts written at various times in history by people…

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