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March 03, 1978 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jews for Jesus Activities Up

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OVER
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window at — 26550 Greenfield Road

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Task Force on Missio-
nary Activity of the Jewish
Community Relations
Council of New York
(JCRC) says the Jews for
Jesus and other "Hebrew .
Christian" groups are plan-
ning to establish centers in
cities where they have ac-
tive branches for the pur-
pose of providing shelter for
"those Jews cast out be-
cause of their faith in
Jesus."
The JCRC said this is a
departure from former prac-
tices and more closely as-
sociates them with other
missionary groups. They
also intend to increase their
on-campus presence and ac-
tivities, the JCRC reported.
JCRC has advocated
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MISS EDEN
Mr. Martin Eden of Oak
Park announces the en-
gagement of - his daughter,
Cherry, to Gary Runde, son
of Mr. and Mrs. -Robert
Runde of Warren.
Miss Eden, daughter of
the late Mrs. Hildegard
Michel, and her finance
plan a May wedding.



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temporary residence
centers to which people
could come for guidance
and assistance.
In New York, Jews for
Jesus are also utilizing
their "Liberated Wailing
Wall" group to stage
evangelistic concerts
featuring "Jewish Gospel
Music," testimonies and
short messages. Recently
they appeared at Hofstra,
Queens College and other
area campuses.
* * *

Booklet Fights
Missionaries

NEW YORK — A booklet
that will enable Jewish
children and their parents
to combat the rising threat
of religious missionary ef-
forts posed by the so-called
Jewish Christians is now
available from the Union of
American Hebrew Congre
gations, representative
body of Reform Judaism in
the U.S. and Canada.
The UAHC has published
"Missionary and Cult
Movements," a 70-page,
16-week curriculum outline
for use by teachers in the
upper grades of Jewish re-
ligious schools.
"The enormous value of
this booklet," said Rabbi
Balfour Brickner of the
UAHC, "is that it exposes
the distortions that pro-
selytizers use to confound
Jewish and Christian young
people. The booklet clarifies
the sharp differences bet-
ween Judaism and Christ-
ianity."
There is a charge 'for the
book. For information,
write the Interreligious Af- .
fains Department, UAHC,
838 Fifth Ave., New York,
N.Y. 10021.

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A July wedding is plan-
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