My Sons are Jewish

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Vendor: Destiny Image

Publication Date: August 01, 2011


ISBN: 076843906X

ISBN-13: 9780768439069

Number of Pages: 192

Dimensions: 8.00 × 5.13 (inches)

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In her quest to discover the true nature of the question, “Who is a Jew?” author Paula Clayman
emphatically unravels many exciting historical facets while tracing biblical lineages and exposing
their valuable contributions.
My Sons Are Jewish takes you on a journey through the Old Testament and beyond, following the
story of the Jews as they carried forth the blessing of Abraham to all the people of the world.
Through revisiting the ancient text of the Bible and tracing the steps of the Jews, an unbroken cord
is exposed; a cord that conveyed much more than their ancient traditions and heritage. The cord
brought forth the religion given to humankind, which foreshadowed all that was to be, and a promise
of inheritance to all who choose to receive—including Jews who return to their roots.
You will better understand Jewish history and how Christianity, rather than being a “new” religion, is
a continuation of the religion of the Jews as given by God. As a result, Christians will better
understand their own religious heritage and their Jewish spiritual roots—while the Jewish reader will
see how Christianity arose from Judaism in its pure form.

Author Info

Paula Clayman was born and raised a Christian, then
journeyed away from her faith as a teen, traveling to
Trinidad in search of the One True God. She found Him
waiting for her. As part of God’s plan, she met and
married Mitch, a Jew, and agreed to raise their two sons
in the Jewish faith. My Sons Are Jewish is a result of the
truths she continues to discover as two religions coexist
harmoniously through the love of God.

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