Joseph Rabinowitz and the Messianic movement : the Herzl of Jewish Christianity /
Kai Jaer-Hansen ; [translated by Birger Petterson].
Edinburgh : Handsel Press ; Grand Rapids, Mich. : Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., c1994.
x, 262 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
080280859X (pbk.)
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Edinburgh : Handsel Press ; Grand Rapids, Mich. : Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., c1994.
080280859X (pbk.)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-258) and indexes.
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Table of Contents
Something quite phenomenalp. 1
The journey to the Holy Land in 1882p. 11
Rabinowitz's life before 1882p. 23
First meeting with Faltin and the Thirteen Theses of 1883p. 41
The movement takes shape in 1884p. 53
The Messianic movement in Kishinev at the start of 1885p. 67
Travel plans and baptismal journey to Germany in 1885p. 75
Main theological views 1884-1885p. 91
Our Brother Jesus and the key to the Holy Landp. 117
The conflict between Faltin and Rabinowitzp. 127
The meeting-halls and the liturgyp. 143
Rabinowitz's hearers and adherentsp. 155
The financial aspectp. 160
Rabinowitz's journeys abroadp. 171
Methods and main tasks in Kishinevp. 179
One of Rabinowitz's sermonsp. 187
Projects of the final yearsp. 192
Rabinowitz's death in 1899p. 201
What became of the Messianic movement in Kishinev?p. 206
The work in Kishinev 'after' Somerville Hall (1922-1945)p. 221
Relevancep. 231
Appendix 1: Technical Detailsp. 236
Appendix 2: Chapter Referencesp. 237
Appendix 3: Bibliography and Surveysp. 249
Appendix 4: Index of Personal Namesp. 259
Appendix 5: Index of Scripture Referencesp. 261
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