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Monday, October 26, 2009

Do you think I should be allowed to make aliyah? Part II

This is the continuation of my email discussion from below:

He wrote:

Thanks for your response. I have been invited a few times to celebrate Shabbat with Chabad and actually chose to get a bris last year. However, I find life in Jesus very satisfying! I am also disgusted of the persecution of Jews by so-called Christians. Christianity in its early stages comprised only of Jews though. I may be going to Israel with Chabad this year, it should be great. I do find it ironic that you're trying to missionize me though!

I wrote back:

Nothing ironic about it - we are in the business of spreading the true faith as Abraham did. We were given a Torah and it is applicable to all mankind. Now that we are back on our homeland, the nations are turning to us and asking us about the truth. Christianity is bankrupt, and now many people are looking for the right way to serve the Lord. I hope, truly, that you will be able to shed the extraneous husk of the J-faith and that you will be able to serve G-d properly. This may be true: "However, I find life in Jesus very satisfying!" - but the question is whether G-d finds your life satisfying to Him.

He wrote:

Agree to disagree. Great talking with you!

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  • At 11:40 AM , Anonymous Tehillah said...

    In other words, dear writer, do you want to FEEL right or BE right. The bottom line is that life with JC may be warm and fuzzy if you have enough faith to believe their "salvation theory", however, it is still idol worship and the Creator of Heaven and Earth forbid us Jews of idol worship/aka avoda zara.

    May you soon see the true light - that of Torah (your old "testament", not the new and crafted for the benefit of the Romans version)

  • At 2:31 PM , Blogger Mr. Justice Jew said...

    This is why there is little to worry about from the messianic Jews. Only an unsatisfied Jew would make aliyah. We are unsatisfied because we want and will settle nothing less than true redemption. The Christians believe themselves to already to be saved. Such a person has little reason to change anything especially their address.

  • At 3:36 PM , Blogger Zohar said...

    What is the point of this discussion? It borders on proselytizing. Nothing good comes out of emulating Christians.


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