I am happy to let you know that my friend and colleague Prof. Julia Blum, a well-known Israeli Messianic author, had completed a new book about Abraham and his two sons – Isaac and Ishmael. She brilliantly and simply called it: “Abraham had two sons”.
The age-old issue of Isaac and Ishmael receives a fresh treatment in this new study of the familiar biblical stories and its ramifications for subsequent history down through the modern times.
Prof. Julia Blum employs Jewish traditional interpretive methods in her exegesis of these stories. Using these methods she challenges some long held traditional views both Jewish and Christian. She has graciously agreed to make this PDF manuscript available to you, my dear friend, in exchange for getting your opinion about the book.
When you are done, be prepared to briefly answer the following questions:
- Did you like the book?
- Why is it important?
- Would you recommend it to others?
To request this free evaluation copy of the book (in PDF), please, write Prof. Julia Blum at Juliab@eteachergroup.com. Mention to her that Dr. Eli has sent you. She will then send you the attachment of the book for your kind consideration.
Stay engaged very soon more Jewish commentary on Apostle Paul is coming your way, this time rethinking his fascinating and most of the times misunderstood letter to the Christ-followers from the nations working and living in Galatia.
Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg