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  1. jacqueline Munn
    July 26, 2016

    Hello, I thank you for explaining some things to me. I am studying as much as I can, I love God’s word and God’s people and long for deeper understanding. Can you tell me what Faith you have? I do know some sweet people that are Jewish and one of them explained to me that as I am a Christian I see Christ as my savoir were she said Jackie, He’s our Boy( like Blood) he was many things but I don’t see Him as my savior. Is that the biggest difference between Judaism and Christianity? Could you recommend how I can learn more about The different Jewish beliefs, or faiths, as someone shared there are many, just like in Christianity. Thank you for your time. God’s Blessings to you. I am grateful for the help.:) Jackie Munn p.s. I do know that Messianic Jews Believe in Jesus:)


  2. Owusu Thomas
    December 4, 2016

    Thanks a lot for your important articles. It has help me to see clearly, the differences between the two religion (christianity and judaism). But I’m a bit confuse and I will be happy if you could help me find answers to these question

    1. Was Judaism formed before Jesus Christ ministry on earth?

    2. Who is the real founder of Judaism?

    3. Did the Judaism leaders at the time of Jesus also witnessed His ministry?

    I will be glad if you responds to my these few questions.
    Thank you



    • Nathan Teetzel
      January 25, 2018

      To answer your questions
      1. Was Judaism formed before Jesus Christ ministry on earth?

      Yes Judaism is a much earlier religion.

      2. Who is the real founder of Judaism?
      Many would give credit to Moses for formally writing the first parts of both the Torah and Bible.

      3. Did the Judaism leaders at the time of Jesus also witnessed His ministry?
      Yes, some of them believed him to be the Messiah , many thought he was not.


    • Johnathan
      January 29, 2018

      1. Yes. Judaism is atleast 3000 years old. Atleast 1000 years older than the coming of Christ.

      2. God. Abraham, Joseph and Moses were essential founding fathers.

      3. Depends who you talked to. Since Christianity is an offshoot of Judaism, there must of been enough figures that supported it to make it last to this present day.


  3. katy
    June 26, 2017

    this was exellent it helped me a lot thanks for this lovley


  4. Gabriel
    March 11, 2018


    Thank you for taking the time to write this insight. May God bless you and yours – in Jesus name. Amen.



  5. Joe Morrison
    May 19, 2018

    Readings on Judaism and Christianity Have been really helpful. I believe Jesus Christ is my Saviour. But the differences between the two are great to be able to put in context. Thank you for your time explaining the importance of differences. Praise God and God Bless you.


  6. Dina Esparza
    November 21, 2018

    I am was born in a Christian family and growing up my parents and grandparents read to us the book of Genesis: the Creation of the World by our God – Jehovah, Abraham and Sara, Lot and Sodom and Gomorrah, then in Exodus the story of Moses and the greatness of God’s power to bring His people out of Egypt. and so on … Christianity is based on the Jews history according to the Bible. We worship God, YHWH, I AM WHO I AM as He introduced Himself to Moses. We read the prophets, the one I love is Elijah when he proves the prophets of baal that God is God.

    That’s why we take the writings and the prophets from the Old Testament or Tanakh serious. Psalm chapter 2 verses 1-12 end with Kiss the Son … Daniel writes in chapter 7 verses 13 and 14: “I saw in the night visions, and, behold, one like the Son of man came with the clouds of heaven, and came to the Ancient of days, and they brought him near before him.
    Jesus is not a new faith for Christians it is the fulfillment of the writings and prophets of the Tanakh or Old Testament of the Jews. The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is our God and Jesuschrist the Son of God our savior.

    I hope you enjoy the humble explanation of my Christian faith.


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