Strangers and Neighbors by Maria Poggi Johnson
What I Have Learned About Christianity by Living Among Orthodox Jews

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The compelling, insightful, and challenging memoir of a Christian woman's exploration of her faith while living in community with strictly Orthodox Jews. As Maria Johnson explains: "I knew that Christianity is rooted deep in Judaism, but living in daily contact with a vital and vibrant Jewish life has been fascinating and transforming. I am and will remain a Christian, but I am a rather different Christian than I was before."


About Maria Poggi Johnson

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Maria Poggi Johnson earned her PhD in Theology, Ethics and Culture from the University of Virginia. She is an independent scholar and has published articles on Keble, Newman, and religion and culture in Victorian England.
Published November 7, 2006 by Thomas Nelson. 161 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Nonetheless, STRANGERS AND NEIGHBORS is a well-written book that will enrich many a reader --- no matter what their faith.

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