ABMJ

(redirected from American Board of Missions to the Jews)
AcronymDefinition
ABMJAmerican Board of Missions to the Jews (est. 1894)
ABMJAssociation of Biologicals Manufacturers of Japan
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In 1894, its forebear, the American Board of Missions to the Jews, was founded in Brooklyn in the midst of the largest wave of Jewish immigration ever experienced in the United States.
Leopold Cohn, The Story of a Modern Missionary to an Ancient People (New York: American Board of Missions to the Jews, 1908).
In 1973 he left the employment of the American Board of Missions to the Jews (now called Chosen People Ministries) to incorporate the separate mission.
As the twentieth century proceeded and especially after World War II, mainline Protestant denominations abandoned attempts to convert the Jews; but the American Board of Missions to the Jews (of which the Jews for Jesus was a splinter-group) and similar organizations soldiered on.
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