How does Tonica Marlow, an evangelical female minister find her way to becoming Tova Mordechai, an Orthodox, practicing Jew? To Play With Fire is the riveting tale of one who rose through the ranks of her religion, educated and ordained at the age of 20 at a noted theological seminary - not only as a minister, but as a "prophetess" of her faith - while remaining unfulfilled, despairing and numb inside.
Tova Mordechai was born Tonica Marlow to an Egyptian Jewish mother and a British Christian father. Her father was also a Protestant minister with a congregation, and their household revolved exclusively around the church. And yet, she knew that something was deeply wrong. This is the true story of her amazing search for her own heritage and her return to her people.
- By Tova Mordechai
- (447 Pages)Publisher: Urim Publications, 2002