Sounds like a convincing argument. Does the following line strike you as a little snarky? " . . . furthermore, the Jewish bible does not have a messianic
installment plan where the messiah comes, fails in his mission, and then
returns thousands of years later to finally succeed.
The last part of the group's mission statement was interesting: "dedicated
to countering . . . the growing
rate of intermarriage that is devastating the Jewish community."
And their motto: "Jews for Judaism.
Keeping Jews Jewish."
Catchy. Kudos to the marketing team.
But I sincerely doubt they'll succeed in preventing intermarriage.
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Subject: [skeptics-137] JEWS FOR JUDAISM -
Response to Jews for Jesus & Messianic Jews