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A Passover musical parody to Uptown Funk. Know How to Answer Christian Missionaries Exploring sin, sacrifices and atonement, common themes used by missionaries. Throughout history, Jews have been targeted for conversion to other religions. It is not a coincidence that today more Jews have converted than ever before. In addition to Jews for Jesus, large numbers of Evangelical Christians have adapted the ploy of presenting Christianity in the guise of Judaism, thereby making their religion more appealing and comfortable for Jews. Assimilation and intermarriage are at their highest level.

The internet has revolutionized proselytizing by expanding its influence worldwide. The move from street corners to the internet has enabled missionaries to reach unsuspecting Jews within the privacy of their homes. It would be a mistake to think the risk has been minimized, especially to Jewish students and young adults, just because missionaries are less visible on street corners and offer much appreciated Christian support for Israel. The best response to those challenging our faith and identity is to provide information, encourage critical thinking, and demonstrate the spiritual beauty and relevancy of Judaism. Jews for Judaism has dedicated its efforts to this for more than 30 years. This pamphlet is just one example, and it is our newest addition to our Jewish Response to Missionaries series.