Christ in the Passover: Why is This Night Different?

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Moody, 2006
ISBN: 9780802413895
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Overview

God says “Remember!” This best-selling title from the ministry of Jews for Jesus offers a comprehensive and convincing look at how the Passover is fulfilled in Christ. Through Christ in the Passover you’ll trace God’s involvement through the history of this holy day—from the first Passover, all the way to the modern Seder. And in the revised edition of this inviting book, Ceil and Moishe Rosen show you how the death and resurrection of Jesus the Messiah are forever interwoven with the Passover and its symbolism.

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Product Details

  • Title: Christ in the Passover: Why is This Night Different?
  • Authors: Ceil Rosen and Moishe Rosen
  • Publisher: Moody
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 144

About the Authors

Moishe Rosen and his wife Ceil Rosen are Jews who declare Jesus as Messiah and Lord after becoming Christians in 1953. After graduating Northeastern Bible College, Moishe was ordained as a Conservative Baptist minister in 1957. He dedicated himself to witnessing and ministering to other Jews—this ministry eventually became Jews for Jesus, where he served as Executive Director until 1996. Moishe is credited with being a pioneer of the Messianic movement—the merging of Judaism and Christianity. The couple frequently gives Passover presentations in churches and they continue to be active in Jews for Jesus as well as writing several books.

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