mewmewww asked: What do you mean jews for jesus?
There is this religious group called “Jews for Jesus,” and it’s basically people who consider themselves practicing Jews that have accepted Jesus as their savior and all that jazz.
However, this is rather impossible. Part of the Jewish job description is that you believe that there is only one G-d and no other god or savior. Orthodox Jews believe that the messiah (what Christians believe Jesus was/is) is coming someday, while more liberal denominations typically believe he has not come and won’t come.
If you believe that Jesus is the son of G-d, the messiah, your savior, or something along those lines, you are not Jewish. As far as belief is concerned, Jesus is the line-drawer between Christians and Jews.
Apart from Jesus, Jews and Christians are very similar in belief. Traditions and worshiping styles are an entirely different story.
In short, Jews for Jesus, in my opinion, should not be recognized as a legitimate Jewish practice. But, that certainly does not mean that we can’t all be friends.