Jewish Mission Control

Jewish Mission Control


A Jewish response to the efforts of Christian missionaries, showing that the beliefs of Judaism and Christianity disagree, and are mutually exclusive of each other, by using Biblical verses, and verses from the Christans' New Testament. It also gives a Jewish response to the ten most often used Biblical verses by Christian missionaries.

Recent changes:
1.4 Initial Release
4/10/2012- Discrete update to texts
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About Jewish Mission Control
A Jewish response to the efforts of Christian missionaries, showing that the beliefs of Judaism and Christianity disagree, and are mutually exclusive of each other, by using Biblical verses, and verses from the Christans' New Testament. It also gives a Jewish response to the ten most often used Biblical verses by Christian missionaries.

Recent changes:
1.4 Initial Release
4/10/2012- Discrete update to texts

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A Google User
Jan 3, 2015
tora or talmud still got alot of questions.
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Awesome All should get this free app to see how it couldnt be more clear that j isnt messiah
A Google User
Nov 30, 2014
Awesome App This is much needed app. As most Christians do not know that they borrowed from the Jewish Tanakh and rewrote it with Christian concepts and called it the old testament. But the Jewish Tanakh is a living bible and truly has the word of Hashem. The Torah contradicts the Hellenistic Gospels 280%. Christians do not realize that they do not have the true words of Hashem.For instance Psalms 22:17 says like these there are lions at my hands and feet. Not Christian words but Jewish words.
A Google User
Nov 23, 2014
Defending Jewish belief Great tool to use when confronted by evangelical Christians
A Google User
Nov 5, 2014
Messiah is Jesus Not all Christians believe Jesus is God, he is the Son. Anyway, Stephen saw Jesus waiting and standing at the right hand of God, not sitting. If the Jewish leaders and Saul, would have accepted Jesus, and not kill him, then the kingdom would have been established right then and there. Acts 7:56 Also if Jesus is not the Messiah, when will it happen, and be logical at this modern time and age, that there will be a prophet to ride into Jerusalem on a donkey?