I read one of your articles some 10 years ago and said who is this enlightened jew--and you responded to my inquiry: We have shared emails after that event.
I finally got around to reading your book and I am posting it on every forum of which I participate. I believe it should be required reading for gentiles and Jews.
It gave me a much more emphatic appreciation and understanding of my Jewish neighbors--thereby greatly enhancing the potential solutions.
I would suggest that you change the title [Why The Wondering Who]. The why [along with intent] is perhaps the most important issue: You succinctly explain and organize the events to make it available to all.
Your last chapter [undoubtedly the most difficult for you] could be fleshed out. The temporal--a hard thing to grasp--but reminds me of one of my recent revelations: The bible cannot be understood because it does not adhere to our human concept of linear time. It is as much about the future as it is about the past--it is a circular logic: Yes, mythical--but so was Albert Pike's dream of the three world wars.
Thanks for your humanity.