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Called to Controversy : The Unlikely Story of Moishe Rosen and the Founding of Jews for Jesusby Unknown
THOMAS NELSON PUBLISHERS
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Called to Controversy is a compelling look at the life of Moishe Rosen, the man behind the mission known as Jews for Jesus. How did an ordinary Jewish man from Denver become an extraordinary force in missions to the Jewish people? What were his strengths and weaknesses, his successes and failures? Why did some love and trust Rosen while others despised and feared him? Discover the personality, principles, struggles and successes that made this man such a powerhouse. Radical, fanatical and indefatigable, Rosen challenged the status quo for Jews and Christians alike. In Called to Controversy, you'll find a wealth of information layered with drama, humor, analysis and whimsy, offering a comprehensive look at the life of a controversial and complex man from beginning to end.
Table of Contents
|The Early Years||p. 1|
|Prelude to Jews for Jesus||p. 89|
|Challenging the Status Quo||p. 205|
|Ceil's Postscript||p. 296|
|Why Witness to the Jewish People?||p. 301|
|Moishe's Letter||p. 304|
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