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British Prime Minister 1868

Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield. He served in government for three decades, twice as Prime Minister. He was the country's first Prime Minister of Jewish heritage. The author of many popular books, which emphasize Christianity's dependence on Judaism: "In all church discussions we are apt to forget the second Testament is avowedly only a supplement. Jesus came to complete the 'law and the prophets.' Christianity is completed Judaism, or it is nothing. Christianity is incomprehensible without Judaism, as Judaism is incomplete without Christianity."
Talmudic scholar and Lawyer 1909

Rabbi Isaac Lichtenstein was among the most well known Jewish believers in Jesus in the late 19th century through the very beginning of the 20th century. Through writings and lectures, begins influencing Russian Jews to become "Sons of the New Covenant." He draws up a list of 12 articles of faith, proclaiming Jesus as the Messiah. He forms one of the early Messianic Congregations.
Nobel Prize in Physics 1922

Niels Bohr wins the Nobel Prize for Physics for his work on atomic structure. In 1939 he visits the United States and spreads the news that German scientists are working on splitting the atom. The United States responds with the Manhattan Project, from which the atomic bomb emerges. In 1942 he escapes from German-occupied Denmark via a fishing boat to Sweden, and leaves there by traveling in the empty bomb rack of a British military plane. He makes it to the United States and works on the atomic bomb at Los Alamos.
Aerospace Engineer 1982

Andrew Mark Barron, raised in Conservative Judaism, comes to faith in Messiah. He writes that in college "I believed God existed because of the phenomenal order to the universe, yet I felt human beings were far too miniscule for His notice." Reading the New Testament helps him to see that God "constructed us with souls that can be fed only by His own hand. Believing God cares is not intellectual suicide; believing that He doesn't care is spiritual starvation."


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