Daniel Asor, an Israeli who left Israel after completing his prestigious service as a decorated officer had received a zionistic Jewish education. All this didn't stop him from fulfilling a dream - to become a pilot. Daniel fulfilled his dream in Florida and while there, when distant from Judaism, researched other world's religions seeking the truth. He found Christianity and for a number of years our people had him lost. Christianity is like quick sand, it is easy to get in but difficult to get out. There aren't many Jews who succeeded to exit this spiritual captivity without outside assistance. We don't know who or what assisted him to exit Christianity, it could be forefather merits or perhaps his true desire to find the ultimate truth in spite of losing all of which he had if he left Christianity? Or perhaps a mother's tear? Daniel Asor succeeded overcame the insurmountable obstacle and returned to Judaism. Signs which he had received from above, questions which were left unanswered or unresolved.... Daniel returned to Israel, built an orthodoxJewish home, learns Torah and is a public speaker for all of the teshuvah organizations. Contrary to all impossibilities.Rabbi Asor commenced writing that pamphlet. It took him seven years and it became a thick book 'Al Pitcha She Romi' At Rome's Gates, the response to any Christian question. This is a heeling book. Anyone who read this book will never be able to continue his belief in Christianity. Many who read this book and were honest with themselves left Christianity and returned to Judaism. The book doesn't leave any foundations or any corner in Christianity on which one could lean. This book which was authored by a scholar (Talmid Chacham) who has profound and thorough knowledge in Christianity is basic and thorough.