Learning from Levertoff

Introducing Paul Philip Levertoff[1]


Rabbi Joshua Brumbach introduces Paul Philip Levertoff, a Messianic Jewish Luminary from the late 1800s. Learn about Levertoff's upbringing and the legacy he left behind. Vine of David has re-published his work Love And The Messianic Era. Rabbi Brumbach describes this work as a glimpse into how a yeshiva educated Jew would interpret the writings of the New Testament particularly the gospel of John.

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    The Death of Paul Levertoff

    There came a moment when he asked me not to pray for his recovery, begged me to ask all the friends to desist. Then, when he still lingered, he wondered why God kept him here, he seemed to see no reason for it. I, oddly, had to turn counselor to him. I suggested that to die was easy; to live was the thing that needed courage and endurance.