The Children of God
The Children of God by Raymond Robert Fischer. 309 pages
Item # : BK038
The Children of God
Messianic Jews and Gentile Christians Nourished by Common Jewish Roots
By Raymond Robert Fischer
Forward by Barbara Richmond
In this work Bob Fisher examines and defines the two top level "members" of the Body of Yeshua: Jews and Gentiles. He explores both denominational Judaism and denominational Christianity from theological, organizational and traditional perspectives. Building upon thus revealed differences and similarities, he sought to illuminate the first steps leading to blessed unity: a unity that has evaded the Body of true Believers since it was first established, through the power of the Holy Spirit, by James, the brother of Yeshua, nearly 2,000 years ago in the Upper Room on Mount Zion.
The Children of God is a summary about what God is doing in the "Messianic Jewish Movement" and how it can benefit the entire body of Christ. Presenting clear answers to a two millennia enigma, it is a timely work that signals a bold new drive toward the final demise of Christian anti-Semitism.
Bob Fischer and his wife, Donna, have lived in Tiberias, Israel since they made Aliyah in 1992. Bob is a Messianic Jew; Donna is married into the covenant. Bob is a graduate of the University of Rochester, BA (1956) and Faith Seminary (MA, 1994, LHD, 2003). Bob is the author of three scholarly books: The Messianic Seal of the Jerusalem Church, The Children of God, Full Circle and an accredited DVD course, all of which are widely used as texts to teach the Jewish Roots of Christianity at seminary, bible college, church, and home levels. The Door Where it Began. is his first novel. As an adjunct professor, Bob periodically teaches a course on Jewish Original of Christianity at Faith Seminary.
Bob and Donna are greatly blessed with three daughters: Robin, Cindy and Julie. They have been even further blessed with four grandchildren: Michele, Paul, Daniel and Adam.