That They May Be One: A Brief Review of Church Restoration Movements and Their Connection to the Jewish People
Something prophetic and momentous is happening. The church is finally fully gasping its relationship with Israel and the Jewish people. In That They May Be One, Dan Juster describes how the various restoration movements in church history have connected to their Jewish roots and Israel to lay the groundwork for what is happening today.
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- Illustrates the purpose of the church in relation to Israel and Jewish people
- Emphasizes church unity
Praise for the Print Edition
Dan Juster provides sound biblical understanding for the purpose, focus, and direction of the church . . .
—Mike Bickle, Executive Director, Friends of the Bridegroom
In a day where authentic unity in the church is so desperately needed, That They May Be One is a breath of fresh air . . .
—Larry Kreider, International Director, D.O.V.E. Christian Fellowship International
This book will serve to help bridge the gap between Jew and Gentile and aid us in the moving together as 'one new man' in Yeshua.
—Robert Stearns, Executive Director, Eagles' Wings
. . . That They May Be One wonderfully puts into focus the importance of Israel and the Jewish roots of the church . . .
—Don Finto, Senior Pastor, Belmont Family of Churches
- Title: That They May Be One: A Brief Review of Church Restoration Movements and Their Connection to the Jewish People
- Author: Daniel C. Juster
- Publisher: Messianic Jewish Publishers
- Publication Date: 2009
- Pages: 100
About Daniel C. Juster
Daniel C. Juster, a pioneer in the Messianic Jewish movement (since 1972), was Senior Rabbi of Beth Messiah congregation, Rockville, MD. He is also General Secretary of the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations. He oversees fifteen Messianic congregations, both in the USA and abroad, as Director of Tikkun International Ministries. Juster holds degrees from Wheaton College, Trinity International University, McCormick Theological Seminary, and the New Covenant International Seminary.