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April 10, 2009 at 4:16 pm #1894

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September 12, 2015 at 11:40 pm #21450

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Hi,
Im dating an Israeli man who said that he wasn’t religious (I’m catholic but non practicing) when we first started dated. He invites me to family functions all the time. I think his family’s great. But he just told me that his sister and mother would not allow me to go to his sisters house for Rosh Hashanah because I’m not Jewish :((. Im so deeply hurt by this and can’t understand it all. I’ve never heard of something like this before. Is this normal and what do I do??? Help please!!!

February 13, 2016 at 3:49 am #21715

Hannah Hill

Since my comments 12 months ago, I asked God to open my eyes to the truth as I was finding what I believed were contradictions to Gods word in the NT.

This lead me to a load of research on why Jews do not believe that Yeshua was the messiah.

At first I could not accept it, but time after time I felt God showed me why he could not have been.

September 30, 2016 at 7:21 pm #21974

Alison S

Grace and Peace,

I would just like to clarify some statements mentioned in the above article about Christianity. I used to belong to a large non-denominational Christian church which has close ties to the Jewish community in the US and abroad. Christianity is also more than just a religion. It is actually a way of life with numerous variations in customs and interpretations. It began as a revolutionary movement to usher in God’s Kingdom and transform lives through the power love, redemption and faith.

Our faith as Christians is built on the belief that GOD sent his Son, Jesus Christ, whose name means Anointed Savior, AKA, The Messiah, to redeem mankind from certain destruction. Jesus’ first and most important commandment was that we LOVE one another as human beings. We are taught that through faith in his sacrifice we are also chosen and set apart. We believe that Heaven is a temporary home for the righteous and that Hell is reserved for those who choose to ignore the Holy Spirit. All of these facts can be found throughout the Holy Bible, which we believe is God’s inspired Word.

Also to clarify, there are a number of Christian sects that believe that the Sabbath begins on Friday at sundown and last until sundown on Saturday, namely Seventh Day Adventist, some Pentecostals and Baptists sects.

Our teachings emphasize that the precursor to our faith all started with Abraham, who is considered the first person of organized Jewish faith. As Christians we are also believe that we are also heirs to the promises given to Abraham by God. Jesus

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