Learning from Levertoff

Introducing Paul Philip Levertoff[01]

Rabbi Joshua Brumbach introduces Paul Philip Levertoff, a Messianic Jewish Luminary from the late 1800s. Learn about Levertoff's upbringing and the legacy he left behind. Vine of David has re-published his work Love And The Messianic Era. Rabbi Brumbach describes this work as a glimpse into how a yeshiva educated Jew would interpret the writings of the New Testament particularly the gospel of John.

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