An author of Jewish descent uncovers the biblical 1st-century Messianic faith which has been shrouded by traditional Christian alteration and faulty Jewish refutation.
Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism were both catapulted by the Romans from the land of Israel in the 1st century. Though they came out of the same soil the Hebrew Bible they ended up a distance from the starting point in opposite directions. If alive today the earliest Jewish believers in Jerusalem would have trouble recognizing modern traditional Christianity as its offspring.
This book will revive the Protestant Reformation to restore the true biblical Messianic faith. It will sweep away the dust of Roman destruction and sort through the facts to get closer to the truth. "Past church reformers would think it odd that a man of Jewish descent is attempting to sit in their seat " says the author Lang.
With Biblical faith fading fast in Western culture now is the time to restore the truth by reviving the Reformation.
Reviving the Reformation is written by an author who is conservative but sees Christianity and Judaism through a different lens than most. Daniel Lang is the son of a nominally religious Jewish father and a devout Gentile Christian mother. He attended Hebrew school and was bar mitzvahed in a small town conservative synagogue. Growing up Dan would cringe when he heard the name "Jesus" and "Christ" would send shivers up his spine. After being introduced to the messianic prophecies in high school he saw that Yeshua filled the shoes of the expected Jewish Messiah. Dan is a physician actively working as a primary care internist for over twenty-eight years.