The members of this type of organization know a lot about the language and daily practice of different kinds of orthodox Jews.
eg the difference between Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews.
Why there is even a site out there for atheistic Jews!
But none for those Jewish dating singles living a Christian lifestyle While there are no specific internet Jewish dating sites at this time for this particular Jewish dating niche, there is still some good news.
Once you say Jesus is the Son of God is in any way more a Son of God than I am (or you are), you have elevated a human (if he existed) to a divine state. There is no reason to continue any dialogue beyond that point as it is irrelevant if Jesus was a descendant of David, whether he fulfilled this or that prophesy, etc.
Once the divinity thing exists, you are simply an heretic.
The ad featured two Jewish men arguing over whether Jesus is the Jewish messiah, while the Jewish song Hava Nagillah played in the background. In Russia, for example, where Jewish education had been suppressed for 70 years, missionaries sponsor "Jewish revival meetings," where a tallit-clad clergyman asks throngs of unsuspecting Russian Jews to "accept Jesus into your heart." The sad thing is that tens of thousands of Jews (including an estimated 50,000 in Israel today) have fallen for this falsehood.
Ironically, Jews really could be called "Messianic Jews." One of Maimonides' classical "13 Principles of Faith" is: "I believe with complete faith in the coming of the Messiah, and even though he may delay, nevertheless I anticipate every day that he will come." There are two excellent organizations which counteract missionary activities and have succeeded in attracting "converts" back to Judaism. Rabbi Shraga Simmons is the co-founder of Aish.com, and co-author of "48 Ways to Wisdom" (Art Scroll).
There are many Jewish dating sites out there for say, Reformed, Conservative or Orthodox Jewish singles.
By the way, if any any of our readers come across a real Jewish dating in this niche, please let us know so we can help others.
No matter how disconnected a Jew may be from Judaism, he is still likely to be appalled by the idea of worshipping Jesus.
The Jews for Jesus organization has spent millions of dollars in print and radio advertising, and has run a campaign of banner ads in New York City subways and on major web sites.
If you see one of these ads, you should write a letter of protest to the host organization.