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Paperback You Take Jesus, I'll Take God: How to Refute Christian Missionaries Book

ISBN: 0960475419

ISBN13: 9780960475414

You Take Jesus, I'll Take God: How to Refute Christian Missionaries

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Handbook on how to refute Christian missionaries. The book includes the methods and techniques used by missionaries, an analysis of the Biblical proofs often quoted by missionaries, historical and... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Excellent. Well thought out.

This is a must read for anyone curious about Christianity, confronted by a missionary, or who might some day be confronted by a missionary. This book provides wonderful answers to some of the missionaries' most deceiving questions.

Viva la Samuel Levine!

An excellent book! I just wish that my friends raised in Judaism who are "Messianic Jews" (a movement which is about as Jewish as the Aryan Brotherhood), or other people born Jews who crossed over to the dark side--i.e., Christianity--had access to this book. Levine's scholarship is exemplary, tarnished only by his recourse to pettiness and patronization.

Thorough Work

I found this to be a rather thorough work on the Jewish response to missionaries. I highly recommend as well a shorter work as well of V'da Mah SheTashiv. V'Da Mah SheTashiv: Know What To Answer (To Missionaries) A Thorough Jewish response To Missionaries

those who try to find fault with this book...

Many will try to find fault with this type of book, citing its lack of scholarly backing and intrusion of the author's biases, although there are plenty of references, direct quotes and footnotes for other sources. The real truth is that people are just not comfortable with this topic, period. They would like to dismiss this book as extreme Jewish propaganda. My question to those who dismiss this book as rhetoric: why? Why are there multitudes of Christian-based books claiming the illegitimacy of the Jewish religion, not to mention followers who make this claim actively to Jews, yet there cannot be a Jewish book that tries to show why Judaism is proud to be what it is? Maybe it's a tough pill to swallow, it most certainly should make Christians uneasy; it DOES show the holes in the argument for the religion a few billion call truth. Truth must never be questioned of course, and in this genre which attempts to go against the grain, it is attacked as not accurate. Well that is just a convenient argument for those who are not comfortable with its contents. I admit, even I flinched here and there; there is a definite negative tone against Christians, but perhaps for once, Christians could sit in the seat of inquisition, and take a dose of their own medicine.

Outstanding for understanding how Jews For Jesus are wrong

Excellent book for the Jew who is tired of the missionaries trying to convert them to Christianity and confuse their children into thinking "Yeshua" is Jewish for Jesus. A good handbook for parents who have trouble answering their children's questions about the supposed divinity of Christ. This is a no-holds-barred, non politically correct look at how Christians misinterpret Tanach to fit their own version of reality. Includes missionary tactics and obfuscations, as well as Tanach references used by missionaries and how they are misinterpreted. A must-have book for any Jewish library.
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