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... Jesus Christ was killed innocent.” Two days after my conversation with the
barber, I went to the Lutheran clergyman of that village, and said to him, “I will
become a Christian.” The minister asked me, “How old are you ?” I answered,
I answered, Eight years. He replied, “You are yet too young; return to me after a
few years.” I told nothing of these circumstances to my father, because I feared
punishment. But he observed himself, that I was more unquiet and much more ...
A gentleman followed me without my having observed him, and tapped me on
the shoulder. I turned about much frightened, and observed an officer of the
Austrian army. The of ficer said: “Why are you so sorrowful ?” I answered : “My
dear Sir, ...
... teach me divinity that I may become a clergyman.” I shewed him my
testimonials, and the abbot and another who were very kind and Christian men,
answered me thus: “By the law of the Austrian empire, we are not allowed to
baptize a Jew ...
When the police of Stettin asked a lay-brother of that order, from what country are
you? he answered, I am from the Valais : the police understood that he was born
there, and by this Jesuitism was deceived. I discovered all this after my ...
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Search Caraites; this is a diary of a missionary to Karaites in Cairo and Jerusalem. p. 241 has sample liturgy
OCLC Number: 5515105
Wolff, Joseph, -- 1795-1862.
Europe -- Description and travel. Palestine -- Description and travel.
Missions -- Palestine.
Missions -- Jews.
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Missionary Journal and Memoir of the Rev. Jeseph Wolf: Missionary to the Jews
Joseph Wolff,John Bayford
Sin vista previa disponible - 2017