A question is a question when a person really wants to know an answer, right? Some people throw up questions like roadblocks and they probably won’t like what’s at the other end of these links. But if you are one of the people who are genuinely curious about how Jewish people can believe in Jesus, if you really want to get somewhere in your understanding of what he could mean to you and why, you can probably find answers to some of your questions here. We hope these links prove helpful. If you have another question that you do not see addressed, we would like to hear it and have an opportunity to send you a thoughtful answer.
- How can you believe in Jesus and still call yourself Jews?
- Why do Christians worship three Gods?
- If Jesus was the Messiah, why is there not peace on earth?
- How can you believe in God, let alone Jesus after the horrors of the Holocaust?
- How can you believe in the New Testament?
- So if you are still Jewish, do you still carry out the law of Moses?
- Jews don’t believe in proselytizing, so why do you try and convert everyone to your way of thinking?
- I’m basically a good person and I’m very happy with my own religion. Why should I believe in Jesus?
- If Jesus was the Messiah, why don’t the Rabbis believe in him?
- How can you claim Jesus is the only way to knowing God?
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