COMPILED AND EDITED BY
RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER, PH.D.
A GROUNDBREAKING BOOK ABOUT THE TORAH AWAKENING AMONG NON-JEWS
Something momentous is happening. All over the world, non-Jews are becoming aware of Torah. They are learning about, and implementing, traditional Jewish practices. The forthcoming book, TEN FROM THE NATIONS: Torah Awakening Among Non-Jews, is an attempt to map the phenomenon of this Torah awakening in all its facets.
Rivkah Lambert Adler, Ph.d.
In Zechariah 8:23, we find a prophecy about how, at the End of Days, ten people from the nations will take hold of the corner of the garment of a Jew saying, “Let us go with you, for we have heard that God is with you!” The fulfillment of this prophecy is illustrated on every page of the forthcoming book TEN FROM THE NATIONS.
If you are intrigued by non-Jews coming closer to Torah, or if you’d like to meet the Jewish men and women who are befriending them and teaching them, this book is for you.
Despite the fact that the book contains the testimonies of dozens of current and former Christians, it is not a book about Christianity.
TEN FROM THE NATIONS is a book about Redemption. More specifically, it’s a book is about the role of the Nations when it comes to the Final Redemption. We know that in the End of Days, not everyone will be Jewish. How do the Nations fit into the Final Redemption? That’s one of the most important questions this book attempts to answer.
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