Pentecost vs Shavuot – by Jim

You write that Christianity and Judaism both rely upon faith, and, if I understand you correctly, this seems to mean to you that the Jew has no room to critique the Christian faith. This reflects a poor understanding of Torah, an understanding that has been built up from the mistakes of the Church. In this comment, I intend to show the difference between the two “faiths” and why they are essentially different.

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The Legitimacy of Questioning – by Jim

The Legitimacy of Questioning – by Jim Is it fair that Jesus call his opponents “sons of the devil” and such names? Is he really just correcting (lovingly) those who were in sin? The Christian apologists here would have us believe that the invective Jesus spits at his opponents is perfectly justified, but let us examine the evidence.

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Definitions – An Open Letter to “Concerned” Reader

Definitions – An Open Letter to “Concerned” Reader Dear Concerned Reader I am writing this letter not only in response to a recent comment of yours ( http://yourphariseefriend.wordpress.com/2014/12/21/channuka-excerpt-from-contra-brown/#comment-16337 ) but my letter addresses your entire approach in your comments on this blog. This blog was established in order to counter the efforts of missionaries to convert Jews. An essential part of resisting the missionary effort is the process of exposing the false foundations of Christianity

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Another Response to Concerned Reader

Another Response to Concerned Reader Concerned Reader In response to comment – http://yourphariseefriend.wordpress.com/2014/10/19/open-response-to-charles/#comment-15517 The purpose of this response is to remind you that you were already called out on your distractions. Idolatry is not defined by abstract philosophy – at least not according to the standards of the Jewish Bible that Jesus accepted as valid. Idolatry is a sin of the heart – who is your heart directed to

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Messiah – Letter and Spirit

Messiah – Letter and Spirit The prophets of the Jewish Scriptures pointed mankind to a glorious future. They spoke about a future of peace and harmony, blessing and happiness together with a universal submission to God. And the prophets spoke about a Davidic king who will rule that utopian world

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Second Response to Dalton Lifsey

Second  Response to Dalton Lifsey   Dalton (I hope its O.K. that I use your first name), I want to thank you for writing

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Motivations – Jeremiah 2:11

Motivations – Jeremiah 2:11