Why do so few Jews believe in Jesus, outside of Israel?

WHY DON’T MANY JEWISH PEOPLE ACCEPT JESUS AS MESSIAH? It can be bewildering considering that Yeshua the Messiah was an Israeli-born Jew, grew up in a Jewish community, practiced Jewish laws and customs, worshiped God at the Jewish Temple, his original followers were Jewish, and that all of his teaching was based upon and rooted […]

Why is Pentecostalism and the Charismatic Movement Growing? Answer: Jewish Evangelism

I think what you’re going to continue to see is the continued growth of Pentecostalism and the charismatic movement. The Charismatics and Pentecostals have already won the worship war—most churches are now comfortable with what would be “Calvary Chapel” worship in 1980. They are in the process of winning the spiritual gifts debate concerning cessationism, […]

The Myth of Jewish Rejection of Jesus

The Myth of Jewish Rejection of Jesusby Paul Sumneroriginal link: http://www.hebrew-streams.org/works/judaism/reject.html“Now when he was in Jerusalem at the Passover many believed in his name… many of the multitude believed in him… many came to believe in him… many of the Samaritans believed in him… a great many of the priests became obedient.” (John 2:23; 7:31; 8:30; […]

Jesus vs. Yeshua?

Jesus vs. Yeshua? on 01 June 2015. “And you shall call his name…” announced the angel Gabriel, “Jesus”. No he didn’t. He said “Yeshua”. But then again, Gabriel wasn’t really called Gabriel either – in Hebrew it sounds different: “Gav-ree-el”. Mighty one of the Lord. But at least Gabriel sounds a BIT like Gav-ree-el. It’s […]

Jewish Professor Speaks about the Incarnation of Jesus: Is it really a non-Jewish concept?

So, last week a friend of mine forwarded to me a very interesting article and podcast about this Jewish (non-Christian) professor who talked favorably about what the Old Testament has to say about the Plurality of God. Those of you who know me realize that this is a pet project research area for me. So, […]

John the Baptist: the Last Priest

John the Baptist: The Last Priest Posted on December 21, 2012 by randywhite Dr. Randy White There are two men in Jesus’s life that were chosen by God for a very specific purpose. Joseph was chosen to be the earthly father of our Lord. John the Baptist, a relative of Jesus, was chosen as the […]

Was John the Baptist the Rightful Aaronic High Priest of Israel?

Every Bible student knows that in the days of Christ’s ministry, the high priesthood fluctuated between Annas and Caiaphas. At this late stage in the Aaronic order, the high priest was a Roman appointee. It is doubtful that these political appointees who were in and out of office with every whim of the Romans was […]

Hardcore Truth for Christians to Know? Okay…

I feel that every Christian should read Constantine’s Creed.. Constantine was the founder of “Christianity” “The Constantine Creed” (Constantine’s Profession of Faith for Jewish Converts) – AKA: “How the Apostles were Expelled from Christianity” “I renounce all customs, rites, legalisms, unleavened breads and sacrifices of lambs of the Hebrews, and all the other feasts of […]

MARRIAGE IN THE TEACHING OF JESUS

MARRIAGE IN THE TEACHING OF JESUS An illustration of Christ’s return for His Bride, The Church. Submitted by the Israeli Embassy New Zealand… THE JEWISH MARRIAGE: People didn’t “fall in love”. Marriages were more normally set up and executed according to a plan that fitted the needs of the whole society of the Jews. When […]

The Three Messianic Miracles of Jesus

Some time prior to the coming of Yeshua, the ancient rabbis separated miracles into two categories. First were those miracles anyone would be able to perform if they were empowered by the Spirit of God to do so. The second category of miracles were called “messianic miracles,” which were miracles only the Messiah would be […]