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The number of Jews who believe in Jesus as their Messiah (also known as Messianic Jews) is growing, but remains small. The overwhelming majority of Jews worldwide do not see Jesus as the expected Messiah. This raises questions among Christians, and sometimes insensitivity and misunderstanding as well. This begs the question, why does it seem so difficult for them to accept Jesus? And why is Jesus such a sensitive topic in conversations with Jews? Why does the conversation about Jesus often cause irritation on the Jewish side? There are multiple possible answers to all of these questions. This booklet is a humble attempt to give a few answers.


48 page booklet

Why is it so difficult for Jews to believe in Jesus by Rev Cornelis Kant

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