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Messianic Jewish Publishers Beloved Dissident: Messianic Jewish Novel

A gripping story of human relationships, passionate love, faith and spiritual testing. Set in the world of high finance, intrigue, and international terrorism, the lives of David, Jonathan, and Leah intermingle on many levels - especially their relationship with one another and God. Immersed in her research, Leah Beaumont has no time to fall in love. Undaunted, Jonathan Grante falls in love with her. Challenged and fascinated by her French-Jewish background, he pursues her with determination. David Rothman, a Penn State gymnast, is also smitten by this Jewish girl. As he seeks her friendship and affection, an emotional triangle is set up that begs to be resolved. As the two men tangle with each other in a rising whirlwind of excitement and danger, each hopes to win the fight for Leah's love. One of these rivals will move Leah to a level of commitment and love she has never imagined - or dared to dream. Whom will she choose?
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A good read

Date:May 3, 2013
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Location:London Ontario Canada
Age:Over 65
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I enjoyed reading this novel. For anyone struggling about how to present the gospel to a Jewish person, or for a Jew who is wondering about Christianity it has some good sections to use in witnessing or to help understand how the gospel relates to the Jew. The story line keeps the reader interested through the whole book.
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