Yechiel Tzvi Lichtenstein

Yechiel Tzvi Lichtenstein

Yechiel Tzvi Lichtenstein was a late nineteenth century Jewish believer from a Chasidic background. While in Yeshiva, he became a disciple of Yeshua of Nazareth. He served at the Institutum Judaicum Delitzschianum as a professor of rabbinics and wrote several books and commentaries including refutations of anti-missionary works.


Chizzuk Emunat Emet

Chizzuk Emunat Emet ("True Faith Strengthened") is Lichtenstein's response to the famous anti-missionary work Chizzuk Emunah ("Faith Strengthened") by Isaac Troki. (Special thanks to Jorge Quinonez for the scanning of this work.)

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Limudei HaNeviim

Lichtenstein's Limudei haNeviim ("Teachings of the Prophets") tried to combine the mystical teachings of Jewish mysticism and the New Testament. (Special thanks to Jorge Quinonez for the scanning of this work.)

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Magale Sod

Lichtenstein’s Magale Sod is a work dedicated to explaining the difficult passages in the Tanakh. This file consists of scanned pages of the original publication in Hebrew.

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Obituary

Lichtenstein obituary notice appearing in The Jewish Era on May 5, 1912.

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Toledot Yeshua HaMashiach

Toledot Yeshua HaMashiach ("The Life of Yeshua the Messiah") was Lichtenstein's response to the medieval rabbinic polemic Toledot Yeshu. (Special thanks to Jorge Quinonez for the scanning of this work.)

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Alexander McCaul

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The Rev. A. McCaul, was Rector of St. Magnus and Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament exegesis at Kings College in London. Though not Jewish himself, he had a great interest in Jewish literature and …  Read more »

Daniel Zion

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David Baron

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Emanuel Yispe

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Ezekiel Margoliouth

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Ezekiel Margoliouth (1815‒1894) hailed from the Polish part of Russia and was the son of the Chief Rabbi of Sulwalki. He was a prolific scholar and writer who came to faith while attending a rabbini…  Read more »

Franz Delitzsch

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Heinrich Frommann

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Jewish believer, Heinrich Christian Immanuel (Samuel) Frommann, wrote, printed, and published his own missionary literature, books, and commentaries in early eighteenth century Germany. He translated …  Read more »

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In 1886 Franz Delitzsch established an institute for training missionaries to work among the Jewish people at Leipzig University in connection with the Lutheran mission to the Jews. The institute was …  Read more »

Isaac Lichtenstein

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Joseph Immanuel Landsman

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Paul Philip Levertoff

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Paul Philip Levertoff (1878–1954) was born into an orthodox Jewish family with Chasidic ancestry in Orsha, Belarus. After graduating from the prestigious Volozhin Yeshiva in Lithuania, he became a bel…  Read more »

Theophilus Lucky

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Chaim Yedidiah Theophilus Lucky was born in 1854 near Stanislau in Galicia. He came to faith while he was studying in Berlin in the mid-1870s while studying Delitzsch’s Hebrew translation. He was in t…  Read more »