Why Jews don’t believe Jesus is their messiah

The question of Messiah’s identity has plagued relations between Jews and Christians for over two thousand years.

In recent times there has been a growing tendency by many Christians to accept a more peaceful dialogue with Jews through an understanding that the actual Messiah’s arrival could bring in the dawn of a better age for mankind, regardless of his identity. In keeping with this harmonious initiative, observant Jews have shared biblical source information that underlines the Jewish approach to this often thorny issue. Its purpose is not to undermine Christian tradition that firmly stands by its own beliefs, but to show that Judaism does have its own biblical structure that Jews request should be respected for what it is.

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