Messianic Judaism

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Messianic Judaism is a movement of Jews who believe that Jesus (called by them with his Hebrew name Yeshua) is the Jewish Messiah, and who perform this belief in a Jewish way (observing the regulations of the Torah etc.).[1] They are called Messianic Jews. The main branches of Judaism do not consider Messianic Judaism to be Judaism, but rather a form of Christianity, because Judaism rejects Jesus/Yeshua as the Jewish Messiah.[2][3][4][5]

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  1. About History MesJud MJAA:About:Messianic Judaism
  2. browse.asp?s=messianic&f=tqak&offset=4 Orthodox: "Why Don't Jews Believe in Jesus?"
  3. Jews Not J5480.html Conservative:"Messianic Jews Are Not Jews"
  4. Reform: "Missionary Impossible"
  5. Reconstructionist/Renewal: "What is ALEPH's position on so called messianic Judaism?"