This book comprises three successive chapters from Yehezkel
Kaufman's Golah ve-Nekhar
which, though intrinsically related to the central
topic of that work, constitute a distinct unit of its own.
These three chapters represent a
broad attempt by the author to answer the question as to why, having spread to
almost all peoples around the world, Christianity was not was able to anchor
itself among the Jews? Why all those Jews that have become Christians, have also
eventually disappeared from the rolls of the Jewish people?