Our Hands Are Stained with Blood (Google eBook)

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Destiny Image Publishers, 1992 - Religion - 266 pages
11 Reviews
From the first "Christian" persecutions of the Jews in the fourth century to the horrors of the Holocaust, from Israel-bashing in today's press to anti-Semitism in today's pulpits, this shocking and painful book tells the tragic story that every Christian must hear.
  

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User Review  - tooaware - Christianbook.com

After reading the book I am not convinced that the message is necessary. The Jews who live today have the same opportunity to recognize their Messiah as did the Jews in Yeshua's day and there after ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shari - Christianbook.com

This book has the power to tear down barriers and break believers' hearts. Dr. Brown has done an amazing amount of research and hard work to present us with the facts most Christians don't know about ... Read full review

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Contents

The Final Solution
1
A Terrible Tragic Past
7
A Blessed and Beautiful Stream
19
The Rabbis Stiffnecked Hardhearted and Proud?
27
Miriam and Jacob Household Names in the Saviors Home
35
Bad Reporting Bias and Bigotry
43
Lies Lies Lies
59
The Inquisition Isnt Over
77
So Near and Yet So Far
107
Has God Forsaken His People?
117
Natural Children and Gods Children
127
Thou Shalt Not Steal
143
A Diabolical Plan
155
Life from the Dead
165
Notes
175
Bibliographical Supplement
229

Are You a Crusader for Christ?
89
More Tears
99

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About the author (1992)

Michael L. Brown, (PhD, New York University) is president and professor of practical theology at Fellowship for International Revival and Evangelism School of Ministry. He has also served as adjunct professor of Old Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield and adjunct professor of Jewish apologetics at Fuller Theological Seminary School of World Mission. He has contributed to the Oxford Dictionary of Jewish Religion, and the Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament.

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