SAN FRANCISCO, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In conjunction with Passover, Holy Week and Holocaust Remembrance Day, Jews for Jesus has released a controversial video, "That Jew Died for You," to help redefine the conversation and reshape views of Jesus and His relationship to the Holocaust.
What does JFJ stand for?
JFJ stands for Jews for Jesus
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We have 5 other meanings of JFJ in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Firefighter's Integrated Response Ensemble
- Java Flight Information System
- Joint Forward Intelligence Team (UK)
- Joint Framework for Information Technology (UK)
- Joint Fires Integration and Interoperability Team
- Joint Financial Intelligence Unit (Hong Kong)
- Joint Force Information Warfare Commander
- Jackets for Jobs
- Jamaicans for Justice
- Jewish Funds for Justice (New York, NY; est. 1984)
- JPMorgan Fleming Japanese
- Justice for Janitors (Service Employees International Union, CLC)
- Jews for Justice for Palestinians (UK)
- Jump for Joy Inflatables, Inc. (Englewood, CO)
- Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do (martial art)
- Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey (band)
- Jews for a Just Peace
- Jewel Fair Korea (South Korea)
- John Fitzgerald Kennedy (35th US president)
- John Forbes Kerry
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Jews for Jesus film depicts Jesus at the gates of Auschwitz
After graduating from Bible college and deciding to be a missionary to the Jews, Rosen was ordained as a Conservative Baptist minister in 1957 and founded what became known as Jews for Jesus (www .
Even messianic groups such as Jews for Jesus, which often prompts a frenetic anti-proselytizing campaign, do not worry Rabbi Vinas.
In the universe of gay Republicans are Jews for Jesus and Retarded Death Row Inmates for Bush.
Personally, I felt the book, consciously or not, was advocating the philosophy of the Jews for Jesus movement.
Jews for Jesus 'Think for yourself' - 44 (not upheld).
Jews for Jesus and Messianic Judaism exemplify this latest time frame, and they exhibit more radical approaches to retaining Jewish identity within Christian commitment.