Book Reviews of Our Hands are Stained with Blood: The Tragic Story of the 'Church' and the Jewish People

Our Hands are Stained with Blood: The Tragic Story of the 'Church' and the Jewish People
Our Hands are Stained with Blood The Tragic Story of the 'Church' and the Jewish People
Author: Michael L. Brown
ISBN-13: 9781560430681
ISBN-10: 1560430680
Publication Date: 7/1/1992
Pages: 266
Rating:
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4.3 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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This book is a must read for those with a heart for God's chosen ones, the Jews and for Christians wishing to reach out to Jews. The author gives an in depth history of the professing "church" and its treatment of anyone who would not go along with what they interpreted Scripture to mean. There has always been the true church of Messiah but even within its ranks lurks replacement theology and ill feelings towards Jews, even Messianic Jews. This book was eye opening and a great supplement text in helping to understand true church history. I would recommend every Christian read this, I think it would do a great deal in opening up opportunity for revival around the world.
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This was a phenomenol book. I recommend to all who want to know the history of the jewish people.
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If you're not familiar with the history of antisemitism (even in the church) and how this has led to the shedding of Jewish blood, you would probably find this book informative. If you are already familiar with this history, you will probably be disappointed in this book. I was expecting this to be an academic work and its not. Each chapter really feels like an extended blog post. His heart is definitely in the right place, but sometimes his tone is off-putting.