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A Jew and a Gentile Discuss
When will they agree? When will they disagree?


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About the Podcast:

One observes Chanukah and Passover • One celebrates Christmas and Easter
And both believe in Jesus
Listen in on their conversations about life, faith, the Bible and more.

A Jew and A Gentile Discuss features relevant topics for your walk with God along with dialogue about what’s going on in the world, what it has to do with the Bible and how it relates to living out your faith. All from the two different perspectives of a Jewish and a Gentile Believer. Where do they agree? Where do they disagree? Tune in for insights you may have never heard before.

New episodes will air every Tuesday. Listen wherever you access your podcasts.

Meet the Hosts

Ezra Benjamin

Jewish Believer
Ezra Benjamin currently serves as the VP of Ministry Affairs at Jewish Voice after serving seven years in the Global Outreach department. He senses a strong calling to be a help, a blessing, and a light to his people—especially those hurting or suffering in remote communities of the world.

Carly Berna

Gentile Christian
Carly Berna serves as the VP of Marketing and Communications at Jewish Voice. She finds great joy in utilizing her gifting with an organization that is spreading the Gospel around the world and conducting humanitarian/medical outreaches to some of the most impoverished Jewish communities in the world.

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