The Apostle Paul compared Gentile Christians to olive branch3es cut from wild olive trees and grafted into the olive tree of Israel. He believed that the dividing wall separating Jew and Gentile had been removed and to him this was the mystery of the Gospel. From where does Paul derive his conclusions, and what does being "grafted in" mean? Grafted In is book for Christians who are exploring their Hebrew roots, for Gentiles in messianic Judaism, and for Jewish believers seeking answers about Paul.
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Review 1 for Grafted In: Israel, Gentiles, and the Mystery of the Gospel
Date:January 23, 2012
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This book was what I had hoped. A fresh look at being grafted in. I was not disappointed!
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Review 2 for Grafted In: Israel, Gentiles, and the Mystery of the Gospel
Great book for Hebrew Roots study
Date:May 18, 2011
Student of Hebrew Roots
As a Christian who has recently begun to study my Hebrew roots this book answers many of the questions I had. The entire Bible comes alive when you read it through the Hebraic mindset. This is an excellent book written in a fashion that is interesting, easy to read and understand.