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Submitted by Rabbi (Germany), Sep 15, 2014 at 14:54

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I met many Jews who also once thought Jesus was the messiah, but now have abandoned that belief and are now back to Judaism. If Christianity was the truth, no one would ever leave it, yet there are millions of former Christians who became disillusioned with that religion; many of them have even converted to Judaism.

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