What Do Jews Believe About Jesus?

Jesus is the central figure of Christianity, believed by Christians to be the messiah, the son of God and the second person in the Trinity. Photo by Luis Quintero on Pexels.com What do Jews believe about Jesus? For some Jews, the name alone is nearly synonymous with pogroms and Christian anti-Semitism.Other Jews, recently, have come... Continue Reading →

Jewish traditional teachings on being a good host and guest

Rabbinic literature is abundant in claims praising the application of hospitality on behalf of visitors and indigents. One even refers to it as “greater than welcoming the Divine Presence [Sh’khinah].” A Midrash exhibits the biblical patriarch Abraham since the paragon of hospitality, because of his reception of wayfarers in Genesis 18. His position in the... Continue Reading →

The difference between Judaism and Christianity

Christianity is based in Second Temple Judaism, however the two religious beliefs diverged in the first hundreds of years of the Christian age. Christianity stresses proper belief or orthodoxy, concentrating on the New Covenant as mediated through Jesus Christ, as documented in the New Testament. Judaism places importance on proper behavior or orthopraxy, focusing on... Continue Reading →

Praying as meditation

Prayer is a form of art, yet it can be learned. It takes the mechanical skill of reading, although the terms may possibly not be understood, and the spiritual mindset of the prepared heart, a sympathetic mind, and a genuine aspire to be successful. If pursued with diligence, the result will soon be definitely worth... Continue Reading →

Black Jewish Voices Are At last Being Noticed. So Is The Hurtful Repercussion.

Seeing that Jews of Color benefit from additional presence and representation inside the Jewish community and beyond, we are pressing the limitations of Jewish interactions on inclusion, ethnic background, and governmental policies. Many people inside the Jewish community begin to see the worth of our efforts. But we are likewise faced with a hurtful repercussion.... Continue Reading →

Did integration affect the way African-Americans feel today?

Within the last couple of years, there is an enormous argument whether or not or not integration has had an optimistic or unfavorable effect on African Americans citizens. On May 14, 1954, integration in academic institutions started due to the Brown v. Board of Education resolution. Even though this could not totally eliminate segregation through... Continue Reading →

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