About the author:
Albert J. McCarn is a former United States Army officer and lifelong disciple of the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus Christ). McCarn grew up in a devout Christian family in the American South. His military career of nearly 30 years included service in two wars in the Middle East and ten years at the Department of Defense in Washington, DC. McCarn discovered the Messianic and Hebrew Roots awakening in 2001, and the movement’s powerful message led his family to embrace their Israelite heritage. For over a decade, McCarn has made use of his advanced degrees in international relations and history and his experience in government to analyze current events in light of the timeless truths of scripture. Now he works to spread the vision of a unified Israel, wherein Jewish and Ephraimite (non-Jewish) Israelites join together in expectation of God’s promised restoration of his kingdom.
Give Me A Place Where I May Dwell
An Ephraimite Affirmation
Albert Jackson McCarn
Why should contemporary Christians take an interest in the State of Israel? For Hebrew Roots believers, or Torah-observant Christians, the fascination goes beyond the ongoing Middle East conflict or speculation about the second coming of Messiah. Hebrew Roots believers embrace the Commandments of Moses, as exemplified by Messiah Yeshua’s (Jesus Christ’s) adherence to Torah. For these dedicated believers, Israel represents God’s ultimate promise: the reunification of the ancient kingdom and a true homeland for all believers.
Give Me a Place Where I May Dwell is a meticulously researched account of the global Hebrew Roots movement among Christians. Author Albert J. McCarn examines the beliefs and goals of non-Jewish Israelites in a biblical, historical, and contemporary context.
He refers to believers as Ephraimites, or the remnants of the exiled northern kingdom of Israel. Since Ephraimites are spread throughout the world, McCarn presents a compelling case for building a collective identity among all Torah-observant followers of Yeshua—with the goal of an eventual homeland in the Holy Land.
Through McCarn’s hopeful message, Give Me a Place Where I May Dwell makes a compelling and scholarly theological case for uniting all followers of the great awakening that is the Hebrew Roots movement.
- Publication Date:
- 150754300X / 9781507543009
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Religion, Politics & State