The unlikely pairing of faithful Christian and former television co-host Kathie Lee Gifford and Messianic Rabbi Jason Sobel seems almost like an act straight from the entertainment world. It’s either that or one by Divine design. And I prefer the latter scenario. Gifford and Sobel’s second book collaboration, “The God of the Way” is a companion to a new movie musical “The Way,” which Gifford calls an oratorio in film form. But it’s the content and purpose of their collaboration that flies in the face of what most people think about when it comes to Jews and Christians getting along. It’s not about making peace even though we disagree. These two agree. Sobel is a Messianic Rabbi believing that Jesus Christ is THE Messiah prophesied in the Old Testament. And there’s plenty he’s trying to teach Christians about the origins of their faith. One of the main themes is that there isn’t an Old and New Testament, it is one Holy Scripture, one continuous narrative. And that so much of what Christians understand as the New Testament, are far clearer and more impactful when absorbed through the lens of the Hebrew Scriptures. Gifford is Sobel’s mentee and student who’s absorbed a lot of his knowledge, and their relationship has made it safe for Christians to understand Judaism, and Jews to understand Christianity. On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, Gifford and Sobel show how exciting faith can be in a community of shared insights.