Does Jacob's Trouble Wear A Cross?
Wake up Christians! If taken in the spirit of truth and love (the same spirit in which it was written), this book will be a very clear trumpet blast that will cause sleepy Gentile Christians, like I was, to stir themselves and open their willfully closed eyes.
Sleepy Gentile Christians with willfully closed eyes are those who while not anti-Semitic have simply not taken the time to find out that there has been a long history of hatred by so-called Christians against the Jewish people. Even the Sleepy Gentile Christians with willfully closed eyes know about the atrocities of Adolf Hitler, and they condemn such hellishly inspired brutality. But it will surprise many Christians to discover that some real Christians have also been anti-Semitic as well.
For those who think that their anti-Semitic behavior is justified by their interpretations of the New Testament, this book is more than a trumpet blast. It carries within its pages the same hot breath of john the Baptist who said in no uncertain terms: Repent.
Randy Weiss, a Jewish/Christian scholar, has done an excellent job of compiling a very large amount of information and putting it into a clear, readable style. Mr. Weiss has given the Christian Church (made up of all people groups, Jews and Gentiles) a very potent medicine that if taken with an honest and open heart, will begin to heal the ignorance (and Hatred) of many Christians, and, we hope, the pain of many Jews.
Rick Walston, Ph.D.
President of Faraston Theological Seminary
- 1995 Randall A. Weiss
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