The Rabbi and the Reverend
Joachim Prinz grew up in Germany under the horrible Hitler regime. His life-changing experiences and the strong people around him greatly influenced him to become a rabbi. In America, Martin Luther was also impacted by his surroundings as well as his knowledge as a black American, leading him to become a pastor. They both spent the rest of their lives sharing the gospel and trying to fight social and civil injustice. This book teaches about inequality throughout history in an engaging and powerful way.
(Reviewed by Kate Phillips)
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