I am a Gentile, and it may seem presumptuous for any Gentile to try to tell a Jew about God. If so, please forgive me. My defense is that I write not to tell you about another religion, nor to encourage you to go to church. Rather, I write to tell you about the most outstanding Jew I’ve ever known. If you already know Him yourself, there’s no need for you to read any further. My sole purpose is to draw attention to the Messiah of Israel who is the Savior of the world.
Everything I know about God comes from the Jews. The New Testament, of course, was as much a product of ancient Israel as was the Old Testament. I am a Gentile who, by the grace of God, has been called to share in the inheritance of Israel. It is a calling that has gone out not just to me, but to every human being.
I am grateful to God for His gift of the Jews to the world. Most of all, I am grateful to God for Him who has been the most exquisite expression of Israel to the world: Joshua of Nazareth, Son of David, Son of Abraham.
If you don’t read anything on this blog, please read Introduction or True Christianity. If those interest you, you might also be interested in Churchless Christians or Don’t Tell Don’t Tell Anyone You’re a Christian Right Away.
Only God will know if you have ever read any of this blog so there is no need to be afraid.