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The Rock, the Road, and the Rabbi: My Journey into the Heart of Scriptural Faith and the Land Where It All Began Paperback – Illustrated, March 5, 2019
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From the Publisher
Journey with Kathie Lee Gifford into Israel—and the Deep Roots of the Christian Faith
As a lifetime student of scripture, Kathie Lee Gifford has been traveling to Israel since she was 17 years old. She even missed her high school graduation so she could attend the first Jerusalem Conference on Biblical Prophecy in 1971.
In a continuation of that love for this astounding land of faith, The Rock, the Road, and the Rabbi is an examination of a decades-long desire to know more and understand more than the typical “Sunday School” teaching so prevalent in our churches today.
The book includes pictures of the actual sites in Israel, and stories both old and new of what happened there. And at the end of each chapter, Rabbi Jason Sobel takes you even deeper into understanding Hebrew culture, language, and the means of connection that opens up an understanding of faith and heritage like never before.
About the Author
Kathie Lee Gifford, four-time Emmy Award winner, is best known for her eleven years cohosting the popular fourth hour of the Today show alongside Hoda Kotb. Gifford continues to pursue her dreams as an actress, singer, songwriter, playwright, producer, and most recently, director. She has authored numerous books, including her most recent children’s book, The Gift That I Can Give, and four New York Times bestselling books, including The Rock, the Road, and the Rabbi.
Rabbi Jason Sobel is a thought leader, spiritual guide, and Jewish follower of Yeshua (Jesus). He is cofounder of Fusion with Rabbi Jason, a ministry dedicated to sharing teachings and resources that reconnect ancient Jewish wisdom with the teachings of the New Testament. Learn more at www.rabbisobel.com.
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I will recommend this book to those who are planning a trip in 2018. I would easily recommend this book to those who yearn to go to Israel, but may not be able to go due to frailty of health or financial concerns.
Thank you, Kathie Lee Gifford, for pouring your heart into this book.
I probably would have liked this book and positively reviewed it at any time in my life. But it comes at a time when it was needed (if not sorely so, at least quite a bit).
Kathie Lee really comes through throughout the book (especially in the last chapters). If you're not a fan you're probably going to come to this book already having one strike against it. But if you like Kathie Lee I think it's safe to say you're going to love this book. (Full disclosure: I am a huge Kathie Lee fan and have been so since her first appearances (as Kathie Lee Johnson) with Regis Philbin when their little-known, but well-received morning show (in the New York area) went into national syndication in the mid-1980s. And yup, I'm a guy!)
The book is rather slim, but you get your money's worth. Best, I think, to think of this book as either a mini-devotional or an hors d'oeuvre (i.e., something to whet one's appetite to study more and deeper). For me, it was both; not only does it dovetail nicely with Dr. Michael Heiser's works it also prompted me to finally purchase a copy of the Tree of Life (TLV) translation of the Bible (as well as a Jewish Study Bible).
Thank you, Kathie Lee, for sharing the journey. Thank you for helping me with mine!
5 stars (wished it could have been more).
What a thought provoking book! I enjoyed reading along as Kathie Lee and other taught about different stops on their tour of the Holy Land.
Some things were a reinforcement of teaching that I had previously learned but there were a few things that were new and unexpected!
The chapter that I enjoyed the most was discussing the birth of Jesus and the significance of his birth in a cave. I had no idea that the shepherds that we always read about were actually shepherds that raised the lambs for sacrifice, and that the caves these lambs were born in was the same as the perfect Lamb of God was born.
I enjoyed the personal comments from Kathie Lee and loved the chapter with her brother's teaching. The final part was a good way to encourage us to think about where we would throw our stone.
So many good things to say about this book that I couldn't fit it all in so I will just say that I think the book is well worth reading and will give you encouragement as well as prod you to move!
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I felt like I was on the tour with the authors and could sense the love of Jesus jumping off the pages!
I would recommend this book to everyone I know!
not have bought it.
fantastic read! I highly recommend it!