Open Letter to KAVI – from Jim

Kavi, The Torah is not your plaything. It is not right for you to misrepresent its teachings the way you do. It is not right for you to substitute your own teachings for those of HaShem

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Forgive them Father – by Jim

Alan, You and Kavi have drawn attention to some interesting problems that arise out of Christian doctrine, or if not Christian doctrine generally, at least Kavi’s understanding of it. Kavi wrote that when Jesus said on the cross, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do,” that God listened to Jesus and forgave those that crucified him. This forgiveness, of course, does not appear in the text.

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Christian Anti-Semitism – Is It Still Relevant? – by Jim

Christian Anti-Semitism – Is It Still Relevant? – by Jim   The question of Christian Jew-hatred comes up semi-frequently in discussions about Christianity.

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My Redeemer Liveth – Job 19:25

My Redeemer Liveth – Job 19:25 The book of Job describes how Job, a just man was afflicted by tremendous suffering. The book tells us how his friends discussed his suffering with him

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Saul’s Journey

Saul’s Journey There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death. Proverbs 14:12 What advantage, then, is there in being a Jew, or what value is there in circumcision?

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Devotion and Rationalizations – Excerpt from Kosher Reality

Devotion and Rationalizations The Jewish attitude toward those who promote devotion to Jesus is no different than their attitude toward those who promote devotion to the sun. All of the qualities that one may believe that Jesus possesses cannot justify devotion to Him. Jesus’ supposed unparalleled popularity, his alleged ability to transform lives, his reputed courage in taking on a corrupt religious establishment and his professed humility would all be gifts granted to Him by the One Creator of all (had he possessed any of these)

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Cut Off

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources : Cut Off Replacement theology is on its way out amongst many Christians. Many Christians are coming to believe that the Jewish people are still chosen by God.

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Heirs of a Legacy – Excerpt from The Council of My Nation

 The Christian Claim for Recognition as Legal Heirs to the Legacy of Israel Some Christians recognize the vital nature of the legacy of the Jewish nation. These people recognize that if there is no authenticity to the legacy of the Jewish nation, then scripture itself has no validity.

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Isaiah 2:22

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources : Isaiah 2:22 Many Christians have a difficult time understanding why it is that Jews view their faith in Jesus as idolatrous. Christians assert that Jesus is “one and the same” as the God of Israel. How could veneration of Jesus be considered idolatry

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Messianic Discrimination – a response to James

“To them, all Jews are still Jews, whether they be  atheist, agnostic, Chassidic, Orthodox or Reformed- EXCEPT for those Jews who  believe that Yeshua is the Messiah!!!”                                                                                                         James Ashmore January 2014 Dear James It  seems that you are under the impression that the Jewish community singles out  believers in Jesus for unfair treatment. You seem to believe that the Jewish  community accepts a broad range of beliefs but blindly rejects belief in Jesus  as non-Jewish.

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