We want to have honest conversations with open-minded Jewish people about issues that deeply affect our people and how these issues relate to Jesus.
From Generation to Generation: A Jewish Family Finds Their Way HomeJune 17 2005
My name is Steven Peter Wertheim. I was born August 3, 1951 in the Bronx, New York—but our family actually…
Jewish Humor in Not-so-Funny TimesApril 01 2005
A look at the significance of Jewish laughter.
Two Messiahs in Judaism: Ben David and Ben JosephMay 01 2004
An exploration of the two different descriptions of the Messiah brought up in the book of Zechariah, the Jewish understanding of Messiah ben Joseph and Messiah ben David, and that Jesus fulfills both descriptions.
A Messianic Midrash: The Miracle at SukkotSeptember 01 2003
A miracle on the Feast of Tabernacles and how the Jewish holiday points to great joy for the future.
Taking the Red Pill: Beyond the Matrix to Real LifeMay 01 2003
Exploring biblical themes from the context of the film, the Matrix.""
Similarities Between the Angel of the Lord and YeshuaNovember 01 2002
Attribute Angel of the Lord Yeshua Is seen as God Genesis 16:10,13 Moreover, the angel of the LORD said to…
In Our Own Image: Human CloningNovember 01 2001
Is cloning “kosher?” What do the scriptures say?
Jhan Moskowitz, Son of Max and Lilly MoskowitzJuly 01 2001
Some survivors do not tell their kids anything. They just don't. Some survivors tell their kids everything. When I was…
Rob Wertheim, Son of Fred WertheimJuly 01 2001
My father, Fred, was born in Germany in 1925. The son of a baker, he lived in a village of…
Four Startling Facts About the Identity of the MessiahJuly 01 2000
The Jewish prophets gave some very specific information about the Messiah not often discussed in synagogue.
Jewish Spirituality and the Holy SpiritJanuary 01 2000
A look at the Jewish yearning for spirituality questions whether increased spiritual practices will provide a real connection with God.
Jesus as Messiah in the GospelsJuly 01 1999
An answer to the allegation that Jesus never claimed to be the Messiah.
A History of the KabbalahNovember 01 1998
Kabbalah" means "received teachings" or simply "traditions" and is derived from the Hebrew "kabel" which means "to receive." It originally…
A Prophet Like Unto MosesJuly 01 1997
When we see Yeshua in heaven, certainly Moshe Rabeynu will be there too, because he was the one who knew and foretold his coming and trusted in him.
A Look at the Trinity From a Messianic Jewish PerspectiveJuly 03 1996
Rabbis who believed that each word of the Hebrew Scriptures, each letter, is God's revelation had to admit that God spoke to himself and referred to himself in the plural. How can that be, when we know there is only one God?
Comparison Chart: Buddhism, Hinduism, Traditional Judaism, and the GospelNovember 01 1995
Comparison Chart: Buddhism, Hinduism, Traditional Judaism, and the Gospel
When Jews Were ProselytizersMarch 01 1995
Why most Jewish people no longer seek to convert non-Jews.
Almah: Virgin or Young Maiden?September 01 1993
The identity of the mother of Immanuel in Isaiah 7:14 has been a subject of debate over the centuries: Was the prophet Isaiah speaking of a virgin or not?
Is the Messiah Divine?July 01 1992
Gus was a nice guy. But he was also a pest. As a telecommunications engineer I could not have asked for…
What the Prophet Said, What the Rabbis SaidSeptember 01 1991
What the Prophet Said 8th Century B.C.E. Who would have believed our report? And to whom hath the arm of the Lord been…