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Whoever heard of a Jewish doctor? Quite frankly, a lot of people. Believe it or not, quite a few of them have found new life in their Messiah, Jesus. Examine their journeys of faith here.

Science & Faith: Dr. James Tour’s Story
September 12, 2013

A focus on scientist Dr. James Tour as featured in the documentary, Science & Faith: A Season for Reason Theme Week
CTS Ontario/CTS Alberta
Saturday Sept. 21/13 9:00pm as part of “The Doc Side”
Dr. James Tour-Most distinguished nanotechnology researchers in the world-Professor of Chemistry, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science.

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Journeys of Faith: Michael Sischy Feature
April 28, 2010
Author: MichaelSischy

Dr. Michael Sischy qualified as a General Medical Practitioner from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1993. He joined Jews for Jesus in January 1999 after being active in the state and private health care sectors for five years. Michael comes from a traditional Orthodox Jewish background. His mother’s death from colon cancer in 1990 […]

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A Jewish Psychiatrist’s Views on the Meaning of Life
April 1, 2006

What’s behind two prominent psychiatrists’ opposing viewpoints on humanity’s raison d’etre.

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Ten Out of Ten Physicians We Know Say —
September 26, 2005

This Yom Kippur, for the relief of sin, YESHUA (JESUS) is indicated!” Yeshua—Jesus—is God’s remedy for the affliction of sin. The mitzvah (commandment) of afflicting one’s own soul can be helpful, but there is something even better. Isaiah the prophet says about the Messiah: “He was afflicted for our sins, he was bruised for our […]

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Jack Sternberg: A Jewish Oncologist’s Story
January 1, 2005
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What’s a Jewish Atheist to Do?
May 1, 2000
Author: Robert Rosett

A young, Jewish atheist discovers God through the New Testament.

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Arthur Barlis: A Jewish Doctor Who Met the Great Physician
January 1, 1998
Author: Arthur Barlis

I was born in 1939 in Providence, Rhode Island. Our neighborhood was almost entirely Jewish, and our home somewhat traditional. As I grew, my goal was to be a doctor and help people. Although I was fearful of God, I also believed He was helping me accomplish my goals. In the mid-1960’s I entered the […]

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A Russian Doctor
May 1, 1986

No reporters have visited the prison camps of Soviet Russia, unless they have gone as prisoners. So to this day we have little information about the millions who have lived, suffered, and died there, especially during Stalin’s reign of terror. Most will remain nameless for all time, remembered only in the hearts of those who […]

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