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Roy Schoeman: Jewish Convert

Roy Schoeman | January 10, 2005 No Comments

Roy was born outside New York City of Jewish parents who had fled Nazi Germany. After receiving his Jewish education and formation under some of the most prominent Rabbis in contemporary in America, he went to college at MIT and then Harvard Business School, where he earned his degrees and joined the faculty as a professor of marketing. Midway through his career of teaching at Harvard he received the grace of several supernatural experiences that resulted in his conversion to Christianity. Following his conversion, he became active in Catholic evangelization, hosting and helping produce a Catholic TV show, writing for Catholic periodicals, and pursuing theological studies at several seminaries. In 2003, he published his first book Salvation is from the Jews: The Role of Judaism in Salvation History.