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Jewish Doctors Meet the Great Physician

Jack Sternberg: A Jewish Oncologist's Story
Written by Dr. Jack Sternberg, on 28-08-2008
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If the condition spread to my left eye, I would be blind. My medical career would be over, and life as I knew it would cease. I was afraid -- afraid and angry. I cursed God, figuring if he existed, he deserved it. I informed him -- or was it the air? -- that I would never believe in him until I understood his ways. "Who are you? What are you like? Why are you doing this when so many people you have allowed to have cancer depend on me? You must not exist!"

I never imagined that God would answer my angry questions. But then, I didn't realize that in my anger, I had actually uttered a prayer.

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Dr. Cohen's Story
Written by Dr. Bernie Cohen, on 16-08-2007
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I was frustrated with my conclusions; I did not want to believe that this Y’shua was true. I was afraid of what my parents would think. I feared that they would label me as a traitor and cut me off forever from the family. I dug in my heels and refused to go further.

Last Updated ( Friday, 14 November 2008 12:05 )
What's a Jewish Atheist to Do?
Written by Dr. Robert Charles Rosett, M.D., on 01-05-2000
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One woman came with an ovarian growth and a firm faith that God would heal it. As we prayed, I was concerned for this woman, when I sensed God telling me, "Don't worry; I've got this one." The follow-up ultrasound showed a normal ovary . . .

I did not grow up with aspirations of becoming a doctor, though my family certainly has a scientific bent. My father was an optical engineer as well as an optometrist. My mother began as a chemist; later she taught high school chemistry.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 04 November 2008 10:40 )
A Russian Doctor
Written by Charles Colson, on 01-05-1986
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No reporters have visited the prison camps of Soviet Russia, unless they have gone as prisoners. So to this day we have little information about the millions who have lived, suffered, and died there, especially during Stalin's reign of terror. Most will remain nameless for all time, remembered only in the hearts of those who knew and loved them. But from time to time, scraps of information have filtered out about a few. One of those few was Boris Nicholayevich Kornfeld.

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 04 November 2008 10:39 )




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