His story is told by his daughter, with the help of documents and manuscripts and letters from friends.
This is a great book for people who have any kind of evangelical calling, since it points out some things that we, as Christians, may have never considered as roadblocks to our evangelistic tactics...such as the language used every day in the church, the symbolic rituals such as communion, and even the way someone else from other traditions and cultures may view what we're trying to say about the simplest things.
Now, I have to tell you, as a Southern Californian, this book held great interest in some of the historical references of what was happening during past decades, and even time spent in New York was written in an interesting manner, to allow the reader an understanding of not only what Moishe Rosen's story was, but also that of the world around him in an America that was growing up fast!
This book was written without any flash, it's really a very steady drone of facts, stories and thoughts of Mr. Rosen's and sometimes you get bogged down thinking wow, does this guy ever kick up his heels and have some fun? There are references to his family celebrations, his laughter and jokes, but if you like to read the details about them, you can forget about it here.
I have to say, I enjoyed reading about this gentleman. My heart shared his heartbreak at the attitude of some of his families and friends, but didn't Jesus tell us he would come to separate some of us from our loved ones?
I would suggest that you read this at a leisurely pace, since it appears to be the mindset of the book itself to offer a leisurely stroll through the life and times of the founder of Jews for Jesus.
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