Tuesday, March 22, 2005


Jews for Jesus does not really celebrate Purim although most JFJ offices do hold Purim parties. Moishe Rosen told me once that he didn't pay much attention to Jewish holidays like Purim anymore. In fact, he told me that he didn't pay that much attention to the Jewish religion and the related holidays anymore since he's a Christian and didn't like practicing Jewish traditions all that much.

Well, back to Purim....

Haman was so so powerful. He wanted to see the Jewish people wiped from this earth.

When children are told this story, the good guys, the Jews, win over the bad Haman.

The king finds out that his beautiful Queen Esther is Jewish and Haman is hanged and there is a happy ending.

For those of us who were hurt by Jews for Jesus, a happy ending does not come quite so easily. We'd love to see the not so good guys get exposed, but Moishe Rosen, David Brickner, Susan Perlman, and senior JFJ staff continue to live in luxury and do bad things to people just like Haman did.

Young and innocent people that will eventually be hurt by Jews for Jesus.

The cost these people will pay is giving up family life, giving up freedom, and for some, leaving the Christian faith.

This Ex Jews for Jesus Blog and the Ex Jews for Jesus website will continue to tell the truth.




Anonymous said...

"Esther 4:14

For if you altogether hold your peace at this time, then shall there enlargement and deliverance arise to the Jews from another place; but you and your father's house shall be destroyed: and who knows whether you are come to the kingdom for such a time as this?"

This is why we need to not keep what we know about Jews for Jesus to ourselves. God may have put us where we once were to someday share with the world what we and hundreds of others experienced. The truth about the evil in JFJ must be told to the world.

Anonymous said...

The name Jews for Jesus and Moishe Rosen not paying attention to Jewish holidays and customs doesn't seem to go together, you know?

Anonymous said...

I can't tell you how many times I heard Rosen preach in a church and tell the congregations that "Judaism is a false religion."

Anonymous said...

Jews for Jesus and street evangelism doesn't go together so why should Jews for Jesus and celebrating Jewish holidays?

Jews for Jesus passes out flyers and raises issues regarding Jesus and the Jewish community. So why does Jews for Jesus say thousands are "saved" when they don't have a clue how many are? Having seen work from their data base and talked with hundreds of pastors, the evidence just isn't there to support their claims.

Better yet, you find the pastors celebrating for a Jews for Jesus "campaign" if Jews for Jesus is truly "the evangelical arm of the church." Post the name of the churches so everyone can verify the information for themselves.