Odyssey of a Modern Jew
Is there such as a Jewish Christian? Yes, indeed. And this also I wondered, before reading Arthur Katz's testimonial book. It doesn't really matter so much that he be a Jew, although only from a cultural perspective, but that he represents the true seeker. The author gives his testimony of his conversion from a belligerant anti-Christian to a Christian believer while never leaving his Jewish faith.
The genuine evolution in the author's narrative tone through the book, his psychological portrait, his humanity, his inner live, are presented to us in the way of short daily annotations.
This is not fiction, it is real. And we are given a wonderful window into the heart and soul of a man. But, of course, in the end it all comes up to you, the reader, to decide how to take his story.
If you are another seeker, an honest one -regardless of your cultural background-, I strongly recommend this book. If you are already a sincere Christian, this will surely identify with your own search, sometime along the path of your live. As it did to me.
And for the curious, those who lead complacent, sedative or self-deluding lives, it is also a great read, a travel book in which you are sure to find some character that you may have met along the way in your own trips in Europe or Israel.