Judaism Resources was established in an effort to bring the truth of Judaism to a wider audience. We have received requests to expand our educational activities on several fronts. The public will benefit from a website that is more efficient than the blog format that we have been using up until now. We are hoping to establish a data-base of articles and a forum for discussion in the Hebrew language. We are looking to publish some of the popular works from 1000 Verses to make them accessible to more seekers of truth. We seek to expand our counseling services.
In order to move forward with these projects we have taken the step of establishing Judaism Resources as a non-profit organization to coordinate these efforts.
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Yisroel C. Blumenthal
The Blog – 1000 Verses
Welcome to 1000 verses. This blog has been formulated to help you read the Jewish Scriptures and find God’s truth from the perspective of God’s first-born son; the people of Israel (Exodus 4:22, Jeremiah 31:8).
This blog is named; 1000 verses, because the first article that appeared on this blog listed well over 1000 verses that support the Jewish position in their debate with Christian missionaries.
This blog includes several categories.
“The Charolite Faith” – is a parody of the Christian-Jewish polemic. In order to fully appreciate this satire, it is advised that you first read “A Brief History of Charlie and the Charolites”, then “Answering Christian Objections to Charlie” and then “Contra Green”.
“Faith Structure” – explains the core Jewish arguments that must necessarily precede any debate over Scripture.
“Tzvi Jacobson” – is the pen-name of a former leader in the Messianic movement. Seekers of truth will find his writings illuminating.
“Critique” – contains critical reviews of missionary literature.
“Correspondence” – provides real letters (with names changed) that were sent to Christians in various ongoing e-debates.
The names of the rest of the categories are self-explanatory.
We welcome comments and questions. Please feel free to raise questions or to critique any point that is made on this blog. Our only request is that you stick to the issues and avoid any and all personal attacks.
It is our sincere prayer that the information we provide on this blog bring us all closer to God and to His truth.
Your Pharisee Friend
Yisroel C. Blumenthal
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