Kosher Jesus book review. Shmuley Boteach sets the stage by describing the strong overtures of Christian love towards Israel and the Jewish people.
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Anti-Semitism: The Persecution of God and His Chosen People A Critical Book Review by Gerald Sigal Anti-Semitism: The Persecution of God and His Chosen People. By Steffi Rubin. San Rafael: Jews for Jesus, 1977. Duplicity and sanctimonious rhetoric have long been the staples of Christian missionaries who seek to convert Jews. This booklet, by Steffi Ruben, one [Read More]
“Christ in the Passover: Why is this Night Different?” A Critical Book Review by Gerald Sigal Christ in the Passover: Why is this Night Different? By Ceil and Moishe Rosen. Moody Press, Chicago. 112 pages. 1980 Christ in the Passover is a superb example of the [Read More]
Climbing Jacob’s Ladder”
A book Review
Climbing Jacob’s Ladder: One Man’s Journey to Rediscover a Jewish Spiritual Tradition,
by Alan Morinis, Broadway Books, New York 2002
Among evangelical Protestants “end of this world” predictions have been big business for centuries. It has spawned thousands of denominations, sects, and cults. It gives hope to millions, a future hope.
While no doubt reveling in all the attention his recent book is receiving, Shmuley Boteach has begun feeling the heat of scrutiny that it and he are attracting.
By: Rabbi Daniel Mechanic1 (In consultation with Doron Witztum2 and Harold Gans3)
DANIEL MECHANIC is a senior international Codes lecturer and researcher for the Aish Hatorah/Discovery Seminar. He would like to thank Dr. Jeffrey Satinover – a world-renowned author on Codes- for his helpful comments.
This article has been split into 4 parts – read Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 as well.
Rabbi Kravitz, the founder of Jews for Judaism, is interviewed at the Israel Festival
How are we to understand the unprecedented popularity of The Da Vinci Code?