Messianic Jews

Is the Bible Objective in the Israeli-Arab Conflict?
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Israel Today speaks to local Messianic leaders about whether or not the Bible is objective when it comes to control of this land
Messianic village in spotlight after gay rights legal battle
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Since being fined for refusing to host a lesbian wedding, Yad Hashmonah has been all over the Israeli news, and many are asking about its members' faith in Yeshua
Messianic Jews, Christian Arabs gather for prayer amid regional tensions
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Local believers, both Jews and Arabs, come together to petition God regarding Iran, Gaza missiles, and elections; Arab pastor leads prayer for Israeli army
Former Hizballah leader visits Messianic Jews
Sunday, October 14, 2012
A co-founder of Lebanon's Israel-hating terrorist militia, Hizballah, says his new-found faith in Yeshua has uncovered his eyes
Messianic responses to Church vandalism in Israel
Thursday, October 11, 2012
As more Christian churches fall prey to right-wing Jewish vandals, local Messianic leaders say the perpetrators need pity, better education and for less attention to be focused on their misdeeds
Israel's only Messianic village in legal trouble
Monday, September 24, 2012
After refusing to host a lesbian wedding at its event hall, Israel's only Messianic village is facing a dangerous wave of ultra-liberal provocation
New Testaments in the Knesset!
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
On Monday morning Knesset members opened their mailboxes and they appaled to find a New Testament inside. It was a leather-bound volume of the “Book of Testaments,” which combines the Old
Evangelism in Jesus' Hometown
Friday, June 29, 2012
A campaign by Messianic Jews to reach the residents of Nazareth causes an uproar among the Orthodox, but average Israelis don't see the harm in it
Jewish, Arab believers meet for true reconciliation in Jerusalem
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Arab Christians from all around Israel meet with Messianic Jews in Jerusalem for a time of deep, genuine fellowship and reconciliation
Israeli brand in hot water for putting 'Christian' prayer on shirt
Friday, May 18, 2012
Young religious Israeli officer buys new shirt to wear to synagogue, unaware that it is inscribed with 'The Lord's Prayer,' a passage most Jews see as blatantly Christian
Did Jesus Declare All Food Clean?
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Explore the New Testament from a Jewish perspective. This week: When Jesus confronted religious figures over kosher issues, was he arguing for or against the Torah (Law)?
New Testament sparks controversy among Israeli postmen
Tuesday, March 06, 2012
Postmen near Tel Aviv refuse to deliver mass mailing of New Testament, get government involved; but Postal Company says it is obligated to deliver all mail, regardless of religious sensitivities