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Anti-Semitism said to demand Christian responseNASHVILLE (BP) -- A wave of anti-Semitism that has drawn responses from government leaders and Jewish groups presents what the Southern Baptist Messianic Fellowship's president calls a "powerful opportunity" for Christians to share the love of Christ with Jewish neighbors.
Organizations focused on Jewish evangelism "are getting together," SBMF president Ric Worshill told Baptist Press, "and they're trying to find ways to encourage the local church and the local communities to actually let the Jewish people know that [anti-Semitic] conduct is not accepted." Read More
Jewish evangelism: Conference spawns reflectionsJERUSALEM (BP) -- An international conference on Jewish evangelism provided an occasion for Christians to reflect on why they should share the Gospel with ethnic Jews.
Convening in Jerusalem, the Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangelism's 10th International Conference on Jewish Evangelism included some 200 Jewish evangelists from six continents. Participants strategized about the best methods for communicating the Gospel to Jews. Read More
Evangelicals support Israel, disagree on whyNASHVILLE (BP) -- With Israel in the news related to Iran nuclear negotiations and the formation of a coalition government following the reelection of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in March, conservative evangelicals largely agree that Christians should support the Jewish state. But they don't agree on the reason for that support. Read More