When a Christian hears Jesus’ message, he/she hears that they should be peaceful, should go the extra mile, be a good Samaritan, and always aide one who is suffering. (because those teachings are in there.) That is not what a Jew sees when they read a New Testament
1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources The Ultimate Truth The prophets of the Jewish Scriptures taught us to look forward to the Messianic age. These prophets described the Messianic age as a time in which the ultimate truth is revealed to all. What is that ultimate truth
Christian Anti-Semitism – Is It Still Relevant? – by Jim The question of Christian Jew-hatred comes up semi-frequently in discussions about Christianity.
In response to Dr. Brown’s response ( https://yourphariseefriend.wordpress.com/2016/10/23/dr-bros-response-to-comment-429/ ) Dr. Brown The purpose of this dialogue is that we put our respective arguments out in the open, so the public can see them and judge for themselves
Responding to Dr. Brown’s Distractions In my upcoming video response to Dr. Brown’s presentation entitled “Dr
1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources My article entitled ‘Response to the Line of Fire 9″ ended with the following appeal to Dr. Michael L. Brown: I would like to end this critique with an appeal to Dr
Undoubtedly, one of the most important doctrines of Christianity is the moral purity of Jesus. The missionary would have one believe that Jesus lived a perfectly sinless life, which makes him the spotless Passover lamb.
Oh How Tricky They Are! My Jewish education was not what it should have been. Oh yes I went to Hebrew School from age 5 to my Bar Mitzvah.I was brought up an Orthodox Jew but I knew almost nothing as far as our Tanach was concerned.
An Open Invitation to Dr. Michael Brown It has come to my attention that Dr. Michael Brown has posted a public challenge to Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi to engage him in a public debate.
Tug of War – an Open Letter to Tildeb Tildeb Let me again begin by thanking you for your comments. Your comments inspired me to study and to think and to expand my understanding of the issues that we have been discussing. For this I thank you.