The Israeli anti-missionary group Yad L’Achim published warnings online and in public places this week regarding a reported upcoming campaign by American Messianic Jewish evangelist Tom Cantor.
According to Yad L’Achim, Cantor plans to send a presumably Hebrew translation of his autobiography Changed to four million Israeli households.
In the book, Cantor, a biologist who’s grandfather was a rabbi and the son of rabbis, details his journey to faith in Yeshua.
For years he has been sending copies to Jewish homes in the United States, passionate to share the Gospel with fellow Jews.
Yad L’Achim says that six years ago, Cantor sent CDs with gospel material to Israeli homes. The group urged any Israeli who receives or comes across Cantor’s book to immediately destroy it and contact Yad L’Achim.
While news of Yad L’Achim’s response is frustrating and perhaps even alarming to Christians, it should be remembered that the group is relatively small, that most Israelis are not so hostile toward the message of Jesus, and that proselytization of this kind is not illegal in Israel.
For more, see: How Christians SHOULD Respond to Israeli Anti-Missionaries
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