Abandoned: What Is God's Will for the Jewish People and the Church?

Abandoned What Is God s Will for the Jewish People and the Church In Abandoned we meet the modern often secular face of contemporary Jewry What do today s Jews believe about God and the Bible What keeps them from considering the Gospel The book is a guide to help

  • Title: Abandoned: What Is God's Will for the Jewish People and the Church?
  • Author: Stan Telchin
  • ISBN: 9780800792497
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Abandoned, we meet the modern, often secular face of contemporary Jewry What do today s Jews believe about God and the Bible What keeps them from considering the Gospel The book is a guide to help Christians share God s love with His people.

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    1. Moishe Rosen is quoted here as saying, "Jews need Jesus to be saved. And if Jesus is not for Jews, who is He for? It almost seems a waste of energy for Him to have been born in Bethlehem and then tell Nicodemus he had to be born again (John 3:3), if Jews don't need to be born again." p.229. Stan Telchin, the author of Abandoned, is a Jewish business man who embraced Jesus as the Messiah, left his business career and became a Christian pastor. In this book, Telchin encourages the Christian church [...]


    2. Disclaimer: Stan cites me twice in this book, so I'm happy to commend it for that, if nothing else. BUT There is so much more. This book is a useful tool for the ordinary believer who wants to learn how to share, in fact, wants to know if one should share, with Jewish people about Jesus. The theme of the Apostle Paul, "Jealousy" is noted throughout the book, and has hallmarked Stan's ministry for as long as I've known him.




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