The Christian family tree originated in first century Judaism. For more than two millennia, Jewish and Christian approaches to God have intermingled.
In this special book, Rabbi Neil Gillman guides Christians through the different ways the Jewish people have related to God, how each originated, and what each may mean for you and your understandings of your own faith.
A theologian who writes as a great teacher, Gillman addresses the key issues at the heart of Judaism’s approach to God:
God Is Echad (Unique) God Is Power God Is Person God Is Nice--Sometimes God Is Not Nice--Sometimes God Can Change God Creates God Reveals God Redeems
Gillman addresses questions of particular importance to Christian readers, such as: How does sin stand in the way of our knowing God? What does Judaism teach about the coming of God in the future?
By exploring the Jewish ways of encountering God, Gillman helps you to understand what the search itself says about Jewish tradition and you can use the fundamentals of Judaism to strengthen, explore, and deepen your own spiritual foundations.