The Conversation: An Intimate Journal of the Emmaus Encounter
If you’ve ever wondered what that conversation must have been like, this captivating book takes you there.
“The Conversation brings to life that famous encounter between the two disciples and our Lord Jesus on the road to Emmaus. While it is based in part on an imaginative reconstruction, it is filled with the throbbing pulse of the excitement of the sensational impact that our Lord’s resurrection should have on all of our lives.”
—Dr. Walter Kaiser, President Emeritus Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
“This little book does a big thing. It takes the age-old truths of the prophetic accuracy of the Bible and communicates it in an appealing literary format. In so doing, it portrays one of the great apologetic tools of the Christian faith in an engaging and readable form.”
—Dr. Norman L. Geisler, Distinguished Professor of Apologetics Veritas Evangelical Seminary
“I found The Conversation remarkable and riveting. Judy Salisbury portrays Yeshua in such a beautiful, gentle, perfect way. Tears were rolling down my face as I envisioned him through her words. She did a fantastic job with the Scriptures, networking them all together with profound significance—the mark of a seasoned apologist. The book, as a whole, is fascinating, captivating, eye-opening, and doctrinally sound. I also think it would make an awesome movie. The Lord’s hand was definitely in this project. I can’t wait for my Jewish friends to read it!”
—Jennifer Sands, International Christian Speaker Author and 9/11 Widow
“An interesting story, though fictional, yet The Conversation rings with possibility. I pray that it will have a wide reading and that many will come to believe that Yeshua is the Messiah of Israel!”
—Dr. David Hocking, Founder, Hope for Today
“The Conversation is an excellent sketch of the sort of things that might have been said by Jesus and the two on the way to Emmaus after the Resurrection. It presents a good number of the prophetic passages that we have reason to believe were recognized as Messianic in the early church. It gives us a good feel for how Cleopas and his friend might have reacted to these things as ‘their hearts burned within them."
—Dr. Robert C. Newman, Professor of New Testament Biblical Theological Seminary Director, Interdisciplinary Biblical Research Institute
Books by Judy Salisbury