Sylvia L. Lewis
A young college graduate suddenly learns about her family’s hidden Jewish ancestry. Is it possible to embrace her Hebrew heritage, without losing faith in the Jewish Savior from Galilee?
In "A Search for Truth," you will be inspired by the novel’s characters and their struggle to maintain authentic biblical faith in the context of differing religio-cultural backgrounds. Will their relationships survive the test? Will Cynthia lose her fiancé?
Observe the differences and surprising commonalities―of Catholic, Jewish, and Protestants―as those who serve the same God Almighty of the Holy Bible. Discover the beauty of Messianic Judaism (or Jewish-Christian faith).
Also, learn about the beloved, well-known “Sinner’s Prayer” that will bring anyone who asks to real salvation and peace with the LORD God Almighty through traditional, evangelical New Testament belief.
A little about the author...
Sylvia Lewis, M.A., is a Messianic Jewish-Christian Writer who lives in California. She enjoyed an adult bat-Mitzvah in March 2012, her memorable day of chanting Torah before family and friends that will always be treasured.
She graduated from Talbot School of Theology at Biola University on May 4, 2018 with honors, having earned a Master of Arts degree in the Old Testament, studying theology and the Bible in its original languages.
Her MA Thesis, "The Word Sustains All Things" is published by Theological Research Exchange Network (see www.tren.com). This scholarly work is an in-depth, advanced biblical eschatological writing that examines global and personal implications for the ultimate flourishing of the cosmos and humanity, based on the opening chapters in Genesis and the closing chapters in Revelation. The author also includes a section with word comparisons from the Bible in both Greek and Hebrew.
Sylvia’s undergraduate work for her Baccalaureate degree includes:
• Long Beach City College - Medical Transcription Certificate
• West Los Angeles College – AA degree in Journalism/Communicative Studies
• California State University at Long Beach – Print/Broadcast Journalism
• St. Mary of the Woods College – BA degree in Creative Writing
The author's writing interests include scholarly theological books and articles, feature stories/editorials - journalism, religious poetry, inspirational novels, playwriting, essays, romance, children's books, and short stories.
Sylvia Lewis, M.A.'s professional associations include: Authors Guild (full member); Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (member); and National Association of Professors of Hebrew (member).
Previously-published work includes religious poetry in Aurora Literary Arts Magazine from 2008 – 2010 (“Praises,” “A Jewish Woman’s Poem,” and “When I Fall Prostrate, in Great Joy”), where she later worked as a Student Editor. Sylvia also has two unpublished literary works of poetry.
In 2010, the author was nationally recognized in “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” with high academic achievements. She was also previously awarded the Executive Women International Scholarship.
Some of her current/future writing projects include scholarly biblical reference books with the use of biblical Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic; inspirational spiritual novels; and other highly-specialized areas of theology in Protestant Christianity and Messianic Judaism. Baruch haBa b’Shem Adonai – Blessed is He Who comes in the Name of the L-RD…