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Jewish / Judaism : When Was the Messiah Expected?, part 1 of 7

Jesus may have been rejected yet, the Talmud makes some very interesting statements that we ought to seriously consider because it is beyond question that something happened that changed the Jewish religion and thus, changed the world of Judaism forever. What was this occurrence?This event occurred 40 years before the destruction of the Second Temple …

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Jewish / Judaism : “Let us reason together”

Some years ago I was very troubled, yet not surprised, by two articles published by the Jewish Bulletin of North California. One article is entitled, “Messianics use survivors in latest ads, enraging Jews” (4-27-01) the other, “Meditation deepens Judaism for Makor Or participants” (6-8-01). These two articles are a perfect (perfectly sad) example of the …

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Jewish / Judaism : Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan’s Anti-Missionary Assertions

In his book, “The Real Messiah? A Jewish Response to Missionaries,” Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan does the very things that he accuses Christians of doing. He offers wrong citations, takes texts out of context to make pretexts for prooftexts and tries very hard to find fault where there is none to be found. Following are some …

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