Judaism and christianity a contrast

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Judaism and Christianity: A Contrast by Stuart Federow

Many people focus on the similarities between Judaism and Christianity, but the religions are quite different—and it’s not just because one accepts Jesus as the messiah and the other does not.

The rise of Christians calling themselves messianic “Jews,” the successes of Christian missionaries, Jews ingratiating themselves to Evangelical Christians because of their support for the State of Israel, the overuse of the term “Judeo-Christian,” and the increasing use of Jewish rituals in Christian churches, blur the lines between Judaism and Christianity.

Develop a better understanding of the irreconcilable differences between Judaism and Christianity, and where the two faiths hold mutually exclusive beliefs. You’ll learn how

• Their views differ regarding God, humanity, the devil, faith versus the law, the Messiah, and more;

• Both faiths read the same Biblical verses but understand them so differently; and

• Missionary Christians use this blurring of the lines between the two faiths, and other techniques, to convert Jews to Christianity.

Real interfaith dialogue begins when those engaging in it not only speak of how they are similar, but also where they differ. Real understanding begins when the topics discussed are in areas of disagreement. Judaism and Christianity: A Contrastwill help you understand the Jewish view of these disagreements.
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What is the difference between Christianity and Judaism?

Impressions of “Judaism and Christianity: A Contrast,” by Rabbi Stuart Federow

Instead of being an explanation of the Gospels as fundamentally Jewish documents, A Comparison asserts that the Gospels are fundamentally pagan documents that co-opted Jewish words. Rabbi Federow presents Christianity as foreign to Judaism as any replacement theologian does. First, arguments against heretical or non-Catholic Christianity Second, arguments against literary Judaism Second, arguments that mirror Christian apologetic Fourth, arguments that Christian writers have failed to address Five, arguments that may persuasively argue against Christianity from a Jewish perspective. Although this should be obvious, Jesus was a human being, and not a lamb. Christians may believe that Jesus was also God: however for their to have been a death on the cross, it had to be Jesus-the-human that died and not Jesus-the-God who died, since the One True God cannot die. All existing Christians agree!

Many people focus on the similarities between Judaism and Christianity, but the religions are quite different-and it's not just because one accepts Jesus as the messiah and the other does not. The rise of Christians calling themselves messianic "Jews," the successes of Christian missionaries, Jews ingratiating themselves to Evangelical Christians because of their support for the State of Israel, the overuse of the term "Judeo-Christian," and the increasing use of Jewish rituals in Christian churches, blur the lines between Judaism and Christianity. Develop a better understanding of the irreconcilable differences between Judaism and Christianity, and where the two faiths hold mutually exclusive beliefs. You'll learn how Their views differ regarding God, humanity, the devil, faith versus the law, the Messiah, and more; Both faiths read the same Biblical verses but understand them so differently; and Missionary Christians use this blurring of the lines between the two faiths, and other techniques, to convert Jews to Christianity. Real interfaith dialogue begins when those engaging in it not only speak of how they are similar, but also where they differ. Real understanding begins when the topics discussed are in areas of disagreement. Raised a Jew in a very Christian environment, he is a passionate student of comparative religion.

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Christianity is rooted in Second Temple Judaism , but the two religions diverged in the first centuries of the Christian Era. Christianity emphasizes correct belief or orthodoxy , focusing on the New Covenant as mediated through Jesus Christ , [1] as recorded in the New Testament.,

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