Issues 20:04 Ruth Gottlieb
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- The Apostle Paul
- The Bible
- Prophecies of the Messiah in the Hebrew Bible
- The Jewish Community
- Theological Issues
Ruth Gottlieb escaped the roundup of Jews in France, fled by foot over the Alps – and that’s just the beginning of her adventures.
Jealous of the peace he saw in Christians, Barry B. was afraid he would be betraying his people – until he met a Jewish believer in Jesus.
The son of an SS officer, Werner Oder is now grateful to God for the privilege of standing for Israel and the Jews in a world of increasing anti-Semitism.
In some cases, Holocaust survivors have not even told their children they are Jewish. I am one of those children.