Toronto author illuminates Christians with Jewish truths in new religious book
TORONTO — Author Shlomo Schwartz announces the nationwide release of his eye-opening new religious book, “Jewish Teachings for Christians and Other Good People: An Orthodox Rabbi.”
The religious ideals of Jews and Christians blossomed into our cherished modern society. But, many of us have forgotten these divine origins, robbing us of confidence in the righteousness of our ways. Now, we have trouble justifying the behaviors and ideas we hold dear.
“Jewish Teachings for Christians and Other Good People” traces our current behavior back to the original divine instruction, as preserved by Jewish teachings, so we rediscover those soulful truths that answer inner doubts — ours and those of our friends and relatives.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Schwartz was personally awarded his rabbinic degree by Rabbi Yaakov Weinberg, a world renowned apologist of traditional wisdom for modern times. Schwartz earned degrees from University of Toronto, University of Windsor, Ner Israel College and Simon Fraser University in psychology, commerce, Talmudic law and education, respectively. He also earned the professional designations of chartered accountant and chartered professional accountant. While maintaining his professional career, he also served as a congregational rabbi and as a lecturer at Aish HaTorah, an international religious edutainment organization. Currently, Schwartz is serving as VP Communications for Christians United for Israel Canada.