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No Longer Strangers (COPY)

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No Longer Strangers
Have you Discovered Your Roots?

People all over the world are searching for their roots. Likewise, Christians are searching for their spiritual roots. Believers around the world are discovering there was a vital connection between Christianity and Judaism that was severed centuries ago. Once that severing took place, biblical Judaism and biblical Christianity, which God intended to be one, went their separate ways. This is a new spiritual season when the Lord is calling both Christians and Jews back to their biblical roots. 

The biblical root of Christianity is Jewish. This root grew from an everlasting covenant God made with Abraham. Christians became part of that root through their acceptance of Jesus as Messiah and Lord. Believers who are discovering their roots are experiencing profound changes in their lives. Their understanding of the Bible becomes richer, deeper, and clearer with new and powerful insights. Their walk with God is energized and their love relationship with Jesus is rekindled. If you desire these wonderful benefits in your life, you must read No Longer Strangers.

"I highly recommend this study" Dr. Marvin Wilson

"An excellent introduction to Jewish roots covering the essentials in an easy reading format" Dr. Ron Mosley

"Every Christian needs this book and discover the authentic context of Jesus' teaching and the beginnings of Christianity." Dr. Brad Young

"No Longer Strangers...well serves the multitudes of believers awakening to their rich Hebrew heritage." Dwight Pryor

"Richard Booker brings a lost legacy to the Church with his clear explanations of the things we need to understand about the Jewish roots of Christianity." Clarence Wagner

This is a comprehensive guide (over 300 pages) to the Hebraic/Jewish roots of Christianity. Destined to be a classic, the text is well-documented with footnotes, a helpful bibliography, and an index for easy reference. Richard explains Christian and Jewish history, beliefs and practices, how Christianity and Judaism relate, and much more.

303 Pages

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