Michele Guinness was brought up to observe all the traditions and ritual of her Jewish culture. But in her teens she found something lacking.
When she encountered a Christian it raised questions in her own mind, and she turned to the Bible for answers. In this lively account she tells how she came face to face with the Messiah and had to make sense of being both Jewish and Christian.
In due course she would marry Peter Guinness, of the brewing family - who would become a minister in the Church of England.
This highly diverting autobiography, studded with vivid anecdotes, describes her spiritual journey from one faith to another and the social and cultural pitfalls involved.
Price: £9.99 (Paperback)
Publisher: Monarch Books
“Both entertaining and edifying...a delightful account of Michele Guinness’ journey into faith which I recommend as an ideal gift for those who are curious about both the Jewish and Christian ways of life.”
“Excellent entertainment from a rich source of possible conflicts. Makes down-to-earth truth available to everyone irrespective of religious beliefs or of none.”
“Wonderful to read, delightfully funny and down to earth. Humorous, good reading stuff, written as if she’s right beside you talking to you.”