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Joseph Rabinowitz and the Messianic movement : the Herzl of Jewish… (edition 1995)

by Kai Kjaer-Hansen

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"Joseph Rabinowitz (1837-1899) is one of the most remarkable figures of the recent history of Jewish Christianity. In the Russian town of Kishinev he set up a congregation which is called "The Israelites of the New Covenant." As a Jew who believed in Jesus, Rabinowitz insisted on his Jewish identity; that caused some problems which Messianic Jews of our day are familiar with." "In 1888 Rabinowitz said, "I have two subjects with which I am absorbed: one, the Lord Jesus Christ; the other, Israel."" "This book gives insight into the recent history of Jewish Christianity and the controversial question of the identity of Messianic believers."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved… (more)
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Title:Joseph Rabinowitz and the Messianic movement : the Herzl of Jewish Christianity
Authors:Kai Kjaer-Hansen
Info:Edinburgh : Handsel Press, 1995.
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