Learning from Levertoff

Love and the Gospel of John, Part 2[12]


Rabbi Joshua Brumbach draws from Paul Levertoff's final chapter highlighting chasidic ideas of love in the Gospel of John. Though Levertoff speaks from a previous generation, Brumbach finds his words to be an essential message for today's fractured messianic movement. The true love that we should be known for will brings a corporate unity with one another even as it brings a personal unity with God.

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