Jesus as Holocaust Victim? No, Jews for Jesus. No!

Just in time for Passover, Jews for Jesus, an organization dedicated to the notion that one can believe in Jesus and still be Jewish, saw fit to release a really offensive video. In the Schindler’s List ripoff, Jesus carrying a cross is portrayed as a Holocaust victim at the gates of Auschwitz. The video ends with the message “The Jew Died for You.” Oof. To learn more about the deceptive practices of Jews for Jesus and other cult/missionary groups that target Jews, please visit Jews for Judaism.

And if you want to see an awesome Jesus video, watch Fist of Jesus, a Spanish language production that combines Jesus, zombies and wall to wall ass kicking galore!

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  1. A.F. Kaplan

    4/19/2014 at 4:12 pm

    If Jews for Jesus is hoping to win more Jews over to their cause, doing a rip-off video of “Schindler’s List” right on top of the Passover holiday with the ending line “the Jew died for you” is definitely NOT the way to go about it.

    Their organization and their movement IS A JOKE! Either you’re a Jew, or you’re not, and if you believe in Jesus, THEN YOU’RE NOT! That simple, that plain.

  2. Josie

    4/20/2014 at 5:39 am

    This has got to be some sort of sick joke. This is just low.

    Jews for Jesus is not at all Jewish. It claims to convert people who do not know much about Judaism. Christianity is not compatible with Judaism – it’s a totally different religion.

  3. Mark

    4/24/2014 at 9:23 pm

    I can’t speak for what Jews for Jesus is doing, but I do know that Yeshua died for me. God loves me and He sent Yeshua down from heaven (the true Manna from heaven) to be incarnated (become flesh) so that He could atone for our sins. This is spoken of through the entire Tanach, from Genesis on. Messiah clearly comes twice. Once to atone for our sins, again to reign as King of Kings. To say He only comes once to reign as King is to simply ignore a great many Messianic references. It is better to take God at His word than to follow the traditions of men. Shalom

  4. Anonymous

    2/28/2019 at 1:09 pm


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