Dickson shares his fascinating story of how he, as a conservative Christian, started attending a study of the weekly Torah reading at a local Reform Jewish synagogue.
He eloquently recounts how it expanded and deepened his faith. While he relates how it challenged him to rethink some of what he believed, he also looks at some Jewish objections to Jesus and how he found answers to those issues within Jewish thought.
This is a favorite book of mine. After reading it some years ago I’m now reading it again, week by week, with a group of friends. Highly recommended.
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