2 edition of Church and the Jews found in the catalog.
Church and the Jews
in Birmingham, West Midlands
Written in English
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The church ought to have a faithful love for the Jewish people. The church should be praying for the salvation of the Jewish people. The church needs to be engaged in active and loving evangelism of the Jewish people, acknowledging that Jesus is the Jewish Messiah.
The Church should be providing comfort to Israel. /5(9). In his new book, Israel, the Church and the Jews, Jacob Prasch explains how contemporary Middle Eastern events fulfill biblical prophecy. Just as Israel experienced repercussions for their renunciation of religious faith and moral decline, current Christian democracies are beginning to experience similar repercussions for digressing from their biblical heritage and moral backslide.5/5(3).
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - 5/5(12). In a bold and moving book that is sure to spark heated debate, the novelist and cultural critic James Carroll maps the profoundly troubling two-thousand-year course of the Church’s battle against Judaism and faces the crisis of faith it has provoked in his own life as a by: This book is a revelation about the Jewish people as a nation and their relationship to the rest of the world (the gentiles or goyim).
You will come to understand why and how they have been persecuted so intensely along the centuries, especially by those called Christians in the organized church since at the Council of Nicea.5/5.
About the Author. David Hoffbrand grew up in a Jewish family and has a passion to see the church understand and re-connect with the Jewish Jesus. David and his wife Denise live in Brighton, England with their son Isaac, where they are associate pastors at CityCoast Church, part of INC (International Network of Churches)/5(26).