Religion: Hebrew Christians

Standing before an embroidered Star of David and a seven-branched menorah (candlestick). David Bronstein faced his congregation and began: "This is Hanukah week, as we all know. And we all know that Hanukah, the Hebrew feast of lights, has a special meaning for us." The meaning: that Jesus Christ is the Light of the World.

The Rev. David Bronstein is no rabbi but a pastor, and the 100-odd members of his Chicago congregation, almost all of them born Jews, call themselves Hebrew Christians. Their group is the first of five organized Hebrew Christian churches...

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