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Jews Don't Need Jesus...and Other Misconceptions is an earnest plea for Jews to embrace Jesus as their Messiah--and for Christians to proclaim Him as such. Avi Snyder has been ministering to Jews for over forty years, and this book answers the most common objections he hears for why they don't need Jesus.
Avi shows clearly from Scripture how Jesus is the only way to salvation for all people, and he illustrates his points from real encounters. His arguments are tight yet sincere and empathetic, resulting in a convincing call to believe in Jesus and invite others to do the same. Anyone who wants motivation for evangelism and a reminder of God's mercy will find both in this heartfelt book.
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8 X 5.25 X .43 (inches)|
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A debate that's 2,000 years old, and running…
Do Jews need Jesus? Its an age-old debate with eternal ramifications. If Jesus is not the Jewish Messiah, if He is not the savior of the world, if He is not the promised redeemer God sent to restore Israel and redeem the nations (Isaiah 49:6), then bringing His message to the Jewish people is a grave threat to their security.
But if He is the prophet God promised to raise up, if God did indeed command Israel to follow Him, and if the Jews will be held accountable by God if they dont accept Jesus, then sharing His message is beyond imperative. Jesus is either "Lord of all or not Lord at all." The stakes couldnt be higher.
Jews Dont Need Jesus… and Other Misconceptions settles this dispute with biblical evidence. It argues that believing in Jesus isnt apostasy; its obedience, and it leads to eternal blessing. Thats what makes this book critical for Jewish people or anyone in gospel ministry to the Jews.