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

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Chosen Books, Mar 1, 1997 - Religion - 272 pages
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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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Contents

Foreword
9
An Introductory Word
15
Increasing Your Understanding
93
God and the Bible?
121
What Do Todays Jews Think about Jesus?
139
Questions You Are Now Ready to
159
At the Heart of the Matter
179
How Do We Reach the Jewish People?
187
The Special Needs of Jewish Believers
215
What Does the Church Need to Do?
235
A Personal Note
251
Denominational Judaism in America
260
Agencies That Minister
267
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Stan Telchin (1924-2012) was a Messianic Jew who proclaimed Jesus as Messiah in the U.S. and around the world. A loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, he pastored a nondenominational fellowship in suburban Washington, D.C., for fourteen years and served with Jews for Jesus from 2003 until his homegoing.

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