Hebrew Christianity: Its Theology, History, and Philosophy
Despite its esoteric title, this down-to-earth book deals with the many thorny realities facing every Jewish believer. It addresses a wide range of the practical and theological issues that arise when a Jewish person accepts Jesus as Messiah and seeks membership and fellowship in a local church, yet rightly desires to maintain lifelong community and national identities. The book is broad in scope, citing the major themes of Hebrew Christianity today - and careful in detail, wrestling with controversial matters raging within and without the messianic movement.
Biblical Studies | Christianity | Religion
Fruchtenbaum, Arnold G., "Hebrew Christianity: Its Theology, History, and Philosophy" (1995). Alumni Book Gallery. 319.