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Joseph Rabinowitz (1837-1899) is one of the most remarkable figures of the recent history of Jewish Christianity. In the Russian town of Kishinev he set up a congregation which is called "The Israelites of the New Covenant." As a Jew who believed in Jesus, Rabinowitz insisted on his Jewish identity; that caused some problems which Messianic Jews of our day are familiar with.
In 1888 Rabinowitz said, "I have two subjects with which I am absorbed: one, the Lord Jesus Christ; the other, Israel."
This book gives insight into the recent history of Jewish Christianity and the controversial question of the identity of Messianic believers.

Joseph Rabinowitz and the Messianic Movement by Kai Kjaer-Hansen

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