In this riveting story, Art Katz will take the readers in his journey beginning from his early years to his conversion to Christianity. Art Katz was born in Brooklyn, New York by his Jewish parents Ester and David. Raised through the depression years and turbulence of the Second World War and inducted into Marxist and existentialist ideologies, Art was brought to a final moral crisis as a high school teacher — able to raise, but not able to answer the groaning perplexities of the modern age. Art sets on a journey to find the meaning of life. During his leave of absence and traveling through Europe and the Middle East in 1963, Art was radically changed when he had an encounter by a God whom he was not seeking.
- “I read this in 1974 when I was on a journey for truth similar to the author’s in that it ended in my being confronted by the Way, the Truth and the Life.” – Anonymous, Amazon Review
- “I have given away more copies of this book than any other. Whether you are a Jew or a Gentile, a believer or a non-believer, you will be challenged and stirred by this book.” – Anonymous, Amazon Review
- “It is thought-provoking, entertaining, and probably for some, life changing.” – M. Sandeno, Amazon Review
- “This is a great source of encouragement not only for Jews who have converted or who are contemplating doing so but also for anyone who has fallen on hard times self-inflicted or otherwise. This man’s testimony shows that there is always hope and that no one is a “lost cause”. All you need is faith in yourself and in God.” – F. Baptist, Amazon Review