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Messianic Jewish Publishers Creation to Completion: A Guide to Life's Journey from the Five Books of Moses

Have you ever wondered if the Pentateuch---the Five Books of Moses---is relevant to your life? Do you think the Law---the Torah---has been relegated to a relic from another era? How do the commandments, given to the Jewish people, contribute to society today?

In Creation to Completion, Russell Resnik answers these questions, offering insight into the Torah. He shows that the Creator still desires his creatures to participate in bringing the Creation to completion. After each commentary, he presents a challenging thought "For the Journey."

The author, Russ Resnik encountered Jesus (Yeshua) in the early 1970s. He founded and was the first rabbi of Adat Yeshua, a Messianic congregation in Albuquerque. Today, he serves as executive director of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations, an association that establishes, strengthens, and multiplies congregations for Yeshua. He authored Gateways to Torah, his first work on the Five Books of Moses, written from a Messianic Jewish perspective. Russ and his wife Jane live in Albuquerque and have four children and six grandchildren.

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Date:June 12, 2012
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Savannah Tuggle
Location:Southfield, MI
Age:55-65
Gender:female
The creation half of the book has good insight into Jewish heritage, the completion half fell short of my expectations. Russ Resnik book title states that it is a journey from the five books of Moses therefore how could it end in completion? The completion half should have gone deeper into Jesus as the Messiah and his glorious return. I also felt he didn't want to upset the Jewish community because he wanted keep Moses front and center. signed: Preacher's daughter
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