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When Being Jewish Was a Crime

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An amazing true story of rescue and redemption.

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This is the amazing story of how God delivered this man from death—first spiritually, then physically, from the inhumanity of the Nazis. As a Jewish Christian he suffered Nazi persecution and rejection by Christians during his years as a fugitive. His reaction was simple, exemplary and encouraging—proclaim Jesus as the Messiah!

"The worst place a man could be in World War II was Central Europe, and the worst country in Europe was Poland; the worst religion a man could have was Judaism, and perhaps the worst form of Judaism—Hebrew Christianity. Rachmiel Frydland was almost a man alone against World War II."—Zola Levitt
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SKU BK011
Product type Paperback
Author Rachmiel Frydland
Color Type No
Media type No
Publisher Messianic Publishing Co.
Pages 182
ISBN # 0-8407-5659-3

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