Skip to comments.Revival of a rebel Jew
Posted on 06/28/2008 2:04:59 PM PDT by biscuit jane
...He was born in New York City, and raised in a Jewish home. He graduated from the City University of New York with a degree in Psychology. He then earned his masters degree and his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Wayne State University. After a years internship in the department of psychiatry at Wayne State University Medical Center, in Detroit, Michigan, he followed that with a year of Post-Doctoral study in the department of child psychiatry at Upstate Medical Center, in Syracuse, New York, where he was later on the Clinical Faculty of the Department of Psychiatry, as well as teaching at Syracuse University.
But his testimony begins with his youth
richard_web.jpgIn my youth I spent every afternoon studying the Hebrew Scriptures, five days a week, and on Friday night and Saturday I worshiped. As I grew older I worshiped for a time each day in the synagogue morning and evening. I would rise before dawn and before going to the morning service, in obedience to rabbinic tradition, I would put on tefillinthe boxes containing Gods lawon my forehead and arm.
Then one cold, clear midwinter night my life was shattered...
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That was an amazing story. I had never heard of Rich Ganz until I read this story. What a journey to Christ.