“Don’t you ever say that you used to
be Jewish! You are still Jewish and always will be!”
“How ingenious to embed a powerful teaching in an engrossing novel of a Jewish man’s search for the truth! In Identity Theft, Messianic communicator Ron Cantor has written the book that will give you unforgettable portraits from first-century Jewish believers to the tragic wanderings of the Jewish people up until today.”
Ari and Shira Sorko-Ram
Founders, Maoz Israel (www.MaozIsrael.org)
Senior Leaders, Tiferet Yeshua Congregation, Tel Aviv
“Not just dramatic, But exhilarating! An easy-to-read story that draws non-Jewish readers into Jewish consciousness and Jewish readers into Jesus’ consciousness. While many novels distract people from life, this one contains a life-changing message that can transform a reader’s life. Happy to recommend.”
Dr. Jeffrey L. Seif
Chair of the Jewish Studies Department,
Christ for the Nations Institute, Dallas, Texas
RON CANTOR experienced the saving power of Jesus Christ as an 18-year old, drug-using agnostic. Following his conversion and call to ministry, he attended Christ for the Nations Institute in New York and Messiah Biblical Institute, where Ron received his degree.
Today, Ron leads the Messiah’s Mandate ministry in Tel Aviv, dedicated to raising up the next generation of Israeli Messianic Jews into leadership. He has served on the pastoral team at Beth Messiah Congregation in Rockville, MD, taught in the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry, and served as the associate leader of King of Kings Community Church in Jerusalem. He resides in Israel with his wife, Elana, and three children.
Messiah Been Robbed?
A Captivating Novel!
Riveting! Revelatory! Entertaining! Enlightening!
an engaging page-turner
You will be captivated by the story, and enlightened by its truths. Identity Theft is action packed with supernatural visions and divine time-travel, while unveiling the Jewish identity of the New Covenant.
“For a guy who grew up thinking Mary was Catholic, John was a Baptist, Peter was the first Pope, and the New Testament stories took place in Rome, I was stunned. I began to read the New Covenant for myself. The more I read it, the more astonished I became at how Jewish it was. This story didn’t take place in Rome, there is no mention of the Vatican or a Pope, and the word “Christian” can only be found three times in the entire book! These people were not starting a new religion—they were Jews who believed they had found their Messiah.” —excerpt from book
Author Ron Cantor, a gifted story-teller and authority on the Jewish Roots of the New Testament, takes you on an unforgettable tour of history as an angel supernaturally escorts David through the halls of time.
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