Searching for Jesus in the Jewish Mind

Anthony Cardinale is a gifted journalist and author who has immersed himself for over 30 years in a move of God that is for the most part unknown to most Christians. I’m referring to a promise God made throughout the Scriptures to restore the Jewish People to Himself at a set time in history (Jeremiah 3l:33-34). Anthony is on the forefront of this revival.”—-RABBI JONATHAN BERNIS, President, Jewish Voice Ministries, International

J. Musil

5.0 out of 5 stars The Red Heifer:A Jewish Cry for Messiah

Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2019

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“I bought this book because I was interested in the story of the Red Heifer in relation to the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem. The book is so much more. It is written in two stories, one a sort of biography of the author and alongside that is a fictional story of a red heifer. What I came away with was a greater understanding of the Jewish people and their relationship with each other – that is, the ones who do believe in Jesus as their Messiah and those who do not think he has come yet – and their quarrels. Then there is the relationship between Jewish people and Muslim neighbors. I just never thought about all the everyday personal stress these people live in in Israel. It also gave me a good idea of how to approach both Jewish people and Muslims that cross my path in everyday life.”

Denis A. Kitchen Jr.

5.0 out of 5 stars Israel from a different perspective

Reviewed in the United States on Amazon.com

“The Red Heifer is an engaging romantic narrative interwoven with the author’s own experience as a Christian visitor in Israel among Jews and Arabs. The book provides a competent history of modern Israel and its ancient biblical roots, yet always with an eye toward the prophetic coming of a Messiah. A fascinating read.”

Rosalind V.

5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars

Reviewed in the United States on Amazon .com

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“Can’t wait to start reading this book . . .”

“The Pharisees Are Coming Jesus” is a challenging read, but perseverance has its rewards. Glad I did!

— Shirley Strauss