Julius Ciss is the Executive Director of Jews for Judaism in Canada. He has a unique insider’s perspective on today’s growing missionary movement.
From 1975 to 1980 Julius was deeply involved in Toronto’s Hebrew-Christian community. He was an original member of the city’s first “Messianic Synagogue” and assisted many other missionary groups across North America to convert Jews.
This extensive experience provided him with a uniquely critical insight into the emotional, spiritual and psycho-logical make-up of the many Jews who have fallen victim to deceptive missionaries.
After discovering numerous incon-sistencies between missionary teachings and the Hebrew Scriptures, Julius abandoned Christianity, and since 1983 has devoted himself to countering the growing threat of Christian missionary groups that target Jews. Click here to read Julius’s story.
Julius has enthralled audiences with his dramatic presentations throughout Canada, the United States and Israel and has appeared on numerous radio and television programs discussing today’s growing missionary threat. Click here to listen to him tell his story.
Through Jews for Judaism Julius has produced and distributed counter-missionary educational materials world-wide. He has engaged in one-on-one counselling with Jews involved in Christianity; many of these individuals are now reintegrated in the Jewish community.
Julius’ accomplishments as an effective counter-missionary force come highly recommended by community workers, educators and rabbis.
SIDEBAR: For three decades, from 1975, Julius was one of the top Editorial and Advertising Illustrators in Canada and was also a much sought after Professor of Illustration at The Ontario College of Art & Design in Toronto.
Julius retired from his illustration and teaching careers in 2004 in order to devote himself full-time to the vital counter-missionary work of JEWS FOR JUDAISM, where he is able to use his creative talents