What does it mean to be a Jew? What practices are relevant?And is belief in God even necessary?Answers to these and other questions reflect the amazing diversity within theJewish community. However, one terrible fact--centuries of persecution in thename of Jesus Christ--has united this diverse community in one belief. Namely,that Jesus Christ is not the Jewish Messiah.Moishe Rosen was born into this culture. No New Testament. No Christmas. Noquestion. Even nonreligious Jews--including Moishe's family--would disown anyonetraitorous enough to profess faith in Christ. Which means the moment Moishe wascalled to Christ, he was Called to Controversy.This stirring account from his daughter describes the rise of a man whosepassion for Jesus and passion for his people triumphed over self-preservationand ultimately fueled an international movement that is still changing livestoday. Called to Controversy is the inside story of one the most influentialevangelists of our times.
Presents the testimonies of twenty-three people all identifying themselves as Jewish believers in Jesus. Details the challenges they faced when discussing their faith with family and friends, the fulfillment they found, and their continuing Jewish identities--often enhanced by a decision to explore the New Testament claims of Jesus. Featured writers include Jay Seculow, Lon Solomon, Vera Schlamm, Ceil Rosen, and Carol Joseph. Relatable testimonies from people of various occupations and previous religious observances are presented, as well as an in-depth discussion of the Hebrew and New Testament Scriptures that helped them to form their conclusions about Jesus.
The World Split Open: How The Modern Women's Movement Changed America: Revised And Updated With A Newepilogueby Ruth Rosen
The Newly Revised and Updated Edition <P> In this enthralling narrative-the first of its kind-historian and journalist Ruth Rosen chronicles the history of the American women's movement from its beginnings in the 1960s to the present. Interweaving the personal with the political, she vividly evokes the events and people who participated in our era's most far-reaching social revolution. Rosen's fresh look at the recent past reveals fascinating but little-known information including how the FBI hired hundreds of women to infiltrate the movement. Using extensive archival research and interviews, Rosen challenges readers to understand the impact of the women's movement and to see why the revolution is far from over.
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