In aceasta inregistrare, pusa la dispozitie de Nelu Popa, si incarcata pe youtube de Iulian (Sfatcu) Jones, si insotita de multe fotografii semnificative pentru noi, cei care am train in acea biserica, Nicolae Sfatcu povesteste despre primii 25 de ani din istoria Bisericii baptiste din Iasi (1936-1960).
Nu am inca confirmarea datei cind a avut loc evenimentul, dar imi inchipui ca este vorba de o cifra oarecum semnificativa pentru biserica. Aceasta ar putea fi, eventual, sarbatorirea in 1973 infiintarii bisericii.
UPDATE: Deoarece prima parte a acestei inregistrari a disparut de pe youtube, o inlocuiesc cu a doua parte, urmind sa o adaug din nou pe prima, daca reusesc s-o gasesc.
Puteti descarca AICI aceasta carte in format digital.
Felicitari prietenului meu, George Samoila, pentru munca depusa pentru scoaterea la lumina a biografiei acestui neglijat lider crestin interbelic, care a avut o influenta importanta in formarea lui Richard Wurmbrand.
Kai Kjær-Hansen, International Coordinator of Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangelism (LCJE)
Jewish believers from the past
Tonight it is going to be about Isaac.
The first Isaac, the Isaac in the biblical story, was spared by God. In Isaac’s stead was sacrificed a ram. When it comes to this evening’s Isaac – Isaac Feinstein – God did not spare him.
Isaac Feinstein, a Romanian Jesus-believing Jew, breathed his last in the summer of 1941 in a cattle car outside the town of Jassy in north-eastern Romania, together with about 140 other Jews. He literally expired, the cause of death being suffocation due to lack of oxygen in the overfull cattle car. He had not yet turned 40 and he was the father of six children with his Lydia, whom he had married in 1928. She was Swiss and had worked as a teacher in one of the English mission schools in Bucharest. Continue reading “Isaac Feinstein – A Martyr for Christ in Romania”