Wednesday, March 21, 2012
I quite enjoyed the intimate look into not only Moishe Rosen’s ministry, but the life, background and experiences that formed him. It is a fascinating look into the Jewish heart and mind, and is filled with beautiful life lessons throughout.
Though the author obviously has a deep respect and love for this great man and leader, she manages to clearly portray his very human side as well – faults and foibles, warts and all. The book lifts up Rosen’s strengths, lessons and wonderful examples, while honestly showing his mistakes and shortcomings.
I love a good biography, and Ruth Rosen did a beautiful job with this one. I definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a challenging, uplifting read.
Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Thomas Nelson through BookSneeze - their book review program. I wasn't required to post a positive review. These are my own opinions on this book.
Posted by Pete Story at 10:04 AM