Are There Jewish Denominations?

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Dr. Brown comes your way from Singapore with a special day of teaching, drawing on material from his book 60 Questions Christians Ask About Jewish Beliefs and Practices. He’ll talk about the differences between Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform Judaism, among other subjects. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hours 1 & 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Although there is a lot of diversity in Jewish belief and practice, for the most part, Jews around the world do not believe in Jesus the Messiah. Through our prayer, through our witness, through our loving outreach, let’s help change that.

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Other Resources:

Fascinating Facts from the Ancient and Modern Rabbis

Dr. Brown Interacts with the Israel Theology of R. C. Sproul and John Piper

Dr. Brown Answers the Rabbis (including a recent video by Rabbi Asher Meza)

3 Comments
  1. Beginning at minutes 38 through 39, Michael you spoke of a debate with Reformed Rabbi Silver several years ago where you simplified up the debate that evening as The rabbi believed the Hebrew Scriptures, Old Testament, Jewish Bible, the Tanakh was the Word of God and that you didn’t believe the Bible was Gods Word.

    I’ve not heard you say that before. Can you point me to an explanation of your stance? If the Old Covenant is not YHVH’s Word, who is it from?

  2. Allen,

    I think that you misunderstood Dr. Brown. I am pretty sure after listening to the segment that Dr. Brown was saying that the rabbi didn’t and the scripture and that he (Dr. Brown) did. The Jews leaving were upset because the rabbi was making statements that showed that he didn’t believe the scriptures and thus they did not consider him a rabbi.

    Shalom

  3. Bo,

    Now that I listen to the statement again and again I realize that the statement ” Yea, he believes the Bible is the Word of god, I don’t.” was actually what Rabbi Silver said and not that Michael was making a statement himeslf. Thanks for clarification.

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