Item description for Abandoned: What Is God's Will for the Jewish People and the Church? by Stan Telchin & Arthur Glasser...
Overview Has God abandoned the Jewish people? In ABANDONED, we meet the modern, often secular face of contemporary Jewry. Telchin asks: What do today's Jews believe about God and the Bible? What keeps them from considering the Gospel? Then he addresses the big lie: "You cannot be Jewish and believe in Jesus." Finally, he guides us to the heart of the matter: why the Jewish people really need Jesus and how we can develop a faithful, loving witness to them. ABANDONED is an invaluable guide to help us share God's love with the people who are always on His heart.
Publishers Description Christians must reexamine God's Word and become equipped to reach out to and receive Jewish people with the love of God in their hearts.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.6" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.72" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 1997
Publisher Baker Pub Group/Baker Books
ISBN 0800792491 ISBN13 9780800792497
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More About Stan Telchin & Arthur Glasser
Stan Telchin was a Messianic Jew who proclaimed Jesus as Messiah in the U.S. and around the world--now under the umbrella of Jews for Jesus. He pastored a nondenominational fellowship in suburban Washington DC for fourteen years. He is the author of Abandoned and Messianic Judaism Is Not Christianity.
Reviews - What do customers think about Abandoned: What Is God's Will for the Jewish People and the Church??
God's plan for unity of believers Mar 21, 2010
This was another of Stan Telchin's great books regarding the movement to unite the Christian and Jewish viewpoint on God's eternal world. If ever you wonder, please refer to this book and its impact on human destiny.
An Amazing Reminder to God's People-the Jews! Oct 24, 2005
Messianic Jews will be refreshed and find much food for thought in Telchin's book. He has a unique perspective and offers insights into God's divine purpose and will for His Beloved, Israel. I read this book from cover to cover in one day, it was simply delicious reading and reminded me of the power of God to save souls, Jews and Gentiles alike. This work is also extraordinarily easy for the layman to comprehend. Terrific book!
Typical Christian misinformation Jun 7, 2003
Mr. Telchin's book is a sad read, as it promotes the standard supercessionist replacement theology that the Gentile church fathers began. Bottom line, if God abandoned His promises to Israel, in any way, Christians have no hope for God's faithfulness to them.
Truly an eye-opener for Jew and Gentile! Jul 20, 2000
As a Jew, I believe Abandoned portrays a very accurate picture of how Jewish people were misled regarding the Messiah. When I see such vacant arguments presented by others such as "A Jewish person would not believe in Jesus", it is clear how desperately a book like this is needed.
who is a jew? Apr 28, 2000
one of the few things upon which Jews across the spectrum from the most orthodox to the most liberal can agree is that a person who believes in Jesus - that this man is the Messiah - such a person is NOT a Jew.
I fear that sincere, good-hearted people may be misled by a book such as this one. A Messianic "Jew" may know technical details of Jewish practice, may even have been a practising Jew at some point in his/her life - but the perspective of such a believer should not be mistaken for insight into Judaism or Jews who maintain their belief in their tradition. Such a person certainly has a faith tradition, but it has nothing to do with Judaism.
One should always do one's best to behave with tolerance and understanding to all of differing faith traditions. What a book like this perpetuates is NEITHER tolerance NOR understanding, but rather a total lack of respect for Jews and Judaism. What I find particularly preposterous is that a book expressing what appears to be a strain of Christian theology is to be found in this this site catalogue when browsing in the Judaism section. For Messianic "Jews" and those interested in their beliefs this book may be one you wish to read. For those with a genuine interest in Jews and Judaism, may I suggest you look for books by authors such as Eugene Borowitz, Martin Buber, Mordechai Kaplan, Louis Jacobs, Rachel Adler, Maurice Lamm and Abraham J. Heschel just for starters!