Is Yeshua/Jesus the Messiah?
Could "that man" be the one?
Today, more Jewish people than ever are reconsidering the claims of the most controversial rabbi in history.
Read the articles below to learn more.
God Loves the Jews! - Song (MP3)
Jesus-Yeshua, by Dr. Michael L. Brown
Two thousand years have come and gone, but the question remains the same: Is Jesus of Nazareth the
Jewish Messiah, the Savior of the world? If He is, then let's follow Him, for we have no other way. If He's not, let's expose Him, for only the
truth will set us free.
The Most Important Jew of All
Comments on Jesus by famous Jewish scholars and personalities.
Dear Rabbi: Tell Me About Jesus
A series of letters between a young, Messianic Jew and a Conservative Jewish rabbi.
Listen online to the author read his letters and the rabbi's responses.
My Rabbi Told Me So!, By Rabbi Leopold Cohn
Over the centuries, rabbis have instituted many concepts and practices in Judaism. But from where is their authority?
A Rabbi's Testimony
The personal testimony of Rabbi Max Wertheimer, D.D.
The Case of Mistaken Identity, By Rachmiel Frydland
A discussion of Isaiah's "Suffering Servant" quoting rabbinic sources and commentaries.
The Identity of the Jewish Messiah Revealed, By Sam Shamoun (condensed)
The following study will be a comparison between the concept of Messiah as outlined in the Hebrew
Scriptures and that of the Christian New Testament documents. The purpose of this exposition will be to expound upon the Jewish teaching on Messiah in contrast with
that of Christianity. The Hebrew Bible gives a clear outline as to who, what, where and how the Messiah will appear. For this reason, we begin with an examination of
the Hebrew Scriptures in order to see if whether the Tanakh supports the fact that the Messiah of God is both divine and human, one Person having two natures. We will
also examine the Hebrew Bible for the evidence that the Messiah would not only reign as king, but also die a substitutionary death on behalf of sinners, making atonement
for sin. As this is being done, we will see if Jesus fits the outline of Messiah presented to us in the Hebrew Bible.
Yeshua in the Tanakh, By Arthur E. Glass
The name "Jesus" in the Hebrew Scriptures.
Why Yeshua Must Be The True Messiah, By Earl Werner
Quite often my parents would use the expression in Yiddish which translated
means "When Messiah will come."
This expression would be used in regards to something which was so far in the future that it would be foolish
to even consider it. Though I heard this expression concerning Messiah used many times, I had not the slightest idea as to the true identity of the Messiah they mentioned.
Tri-Unity is Jewish, By Rachmiel Frydland
MOST MODERN JEWISH PEOPLE seem to have made their "peace" with Jesus of Nazareth. Some consider Him to be a great Jew,
or even the greatest Jew who ever lived. Some of our Jewish leaders, as Dr. Heinrich Graetz and Dr. Joseph Klausner, compliment Him on His teaching. Some admire
His parables and purity, as Moses Montefiore; and some, as Sholem Asch and others, even consider Him to be the Messiah of the Gentiles. What then holds such
Jewish people back from accepting Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior? The hindrance some have expressed to the writer of this article is the reluctance to
accept the fact that Jesus is supernatural.
Sharing Faith in Yeshua
If you've experienced life in Yeshua, you probably want to share your faith with others. What is the best way, and what are the issues involved?
Read the articles below to learn more.
Why Jews Have Trouble Accepting Jesus, By Lance Wonders
The Real Jesus? Jewish people have been presented with a "Gentilized" version of New Testament faith.
Jewish Testimonies About Coming to Believe in Yeshua/Jesus
Let There Be Choice, By Christopher J. Patton
Life constantly presents the necessity of making a choice. The paths of life are ever before us, and
the flow of life forces a decision, since even making no decision leaves us with the one of default. This contrasting duality of yes and/or no, truth and/or lie, good and/or
evil, old and/or new, left and/or right, black and/or white, light and/or darkness pervades the natural universe from the spin of an electron to life as we experience it in the
flesh. This innate characteristic of life has been made necessary by God's gift to mankind of a free will.
Perhaps one of the more difficult aspects of living a spiritual life in the flesh is being able to spiritually
discern the choices of our lives. Fortunately, this quandary is made clearer when we examine our lives through the dual perspectives of both the Torah and Testament. Like the dual
hemispheres of our physical brains, effective spiritual thinking means using both the Old Covenant and the New Testament in order to understand the spiritual choices before us, and
just like one hemisphere of the brain needs to dominate the other in order to avoid confusion of analysis and action, so the New Testament, being a commentary on the Old through
the revelations of Christ's life and teaching, properly supersedes it as grace does the law and as love does discipline.
The Peace Petition can be used to share the only true way to peace between the warring families of
humanity. Use it on college campuses. Remind Palestinian Arabs that in Ezekiel 47:22 The God of Israel promises to provide a permanent inheritance (within the territory
promised to Israel) to aliens who are at peace with Him and His people, the sons of Jacob.