Exciting new book: Ten From The Nations

Check out this exciting new book by our friend, Rivkah Lambert Adler, Ph.D. As far as I know, this is the first Jewish publication seeking to document the global Torah Awakening among non-Jews. Pete Rambo and I, among many other friends and associates, have had the honor of contributing to it. Enjoy Pete’s post, visit Rivkah’s website, and then preorder your copy of this groundbreaking work!

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Dr. Rivkah Adler, Ph.D., is about to publish a book that I am very excited about!!

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For roughly half of the book, each chapter is a testimony from a broad swath of non-Jews telling their story about how they (we) came to Torah.  The balance of the book is Jews who are aware of and facilitating this Torah awakening in a variety of ways.  This important work embraces the breadth of this movement towards Torah by Christians who now self-identify as Noahide,  or Hebrew roots believers as well as converts to Judaism.  Sample chapters are available at the Ten From The Nations website.  I strongly recommend checking out the website and subscribing for updates as we eagerly await this exciting volume!!

Stay tuned for more on this upcoming book!!

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About Albert J. McCarn

I am a lifelong disciple of Jesus (Yeshua) of Nazareth, an avid student of the Bible, a devoted husband and father, a 29-year veteran of the United States Army, and a historian who connects people with their own stories.

One response to “Exciting new book: Ten From The Nations”

  1. Sue in Jordan says :

    We’re excited, too. We’ve had the privilege of meeting Dr. Adler and her husband, Rabbi Elon Adler, on two occasions, and they are remarkable people: intelligent, genuine, deeply faithful to Hashem, and funny, to boot! Dr. Adler has written other articles that I consider to be very insightful, and expect this book to be the same. We’re especially excited because it appears that she has included our story and that of our dear friends the Parhams in the book! Wow!! Thanks for posting this – I’m temporarily locked out of my blog so am not able to post about it myself.

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