Listen to the shocking story that the media have ignored and covered up.
In 2007, two Israeli news publications, Israel Today and News First Class, reported that the most famous rabbi in Israel's modern history, 108-year-old Yitzhak Kaduri, had left a cryptic death note revealing the name of the long-awaited Messiah. Within a year after the rabbi's death, the note was reported to have been verified as authentic by some of Kaduri's closest followers and then placed on Kaduri's own website (Kaduri.net). The purported Kaduri message proclaimed that Messiah's name was Yehoshua, or Jesus. Its significance shocked the religious world.
Shortly thereafter the furor began. The note immediately disappeared from Kaduri's website. The media refused to report further upon the matter. The Kaduri family and several others close to the Kaduri ministry began to claim that the note was a forgery or a mere fabrication - a cruel joke. Now author, senior pastor, radio talk-show host, and former law enforcement officer Carl Gallups, uses his biblical knowledge and journalistic and investigative skills to explore the matter inside and out. Gallup's exciting, detailed reporting reaches startling conclusions that will amaze you.
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I really enjoyed this work and felt like I was enriched by it as far as my knowledge about the various different views regarding Judaism, Islam, Christianity and how this esteemed rabbi's words intersect with each of them. Highly recommended.
so many things in here i was unaware of...highly recommend you listen to this. i enjoyed it so much that i may also get the print edition to have as a reference book.
"Jewish Rabbi finds Jesus"
Strong beginning and ending. Seemed like a little too much filler. overall an okay listening experience.
"Full Investigation of the Facts"
The Rabbi Who Found Messiah is a very intriguing story with many facets that the author, Carl Gallups examines quite thoroughly without interjecting opinion or bias. The reader is given much information for further research, prayer and the study of the scriptures.
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