Jesus Was a Jew

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  • ISBN-13: 9780805462098
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 1/1/1974
  • Edition description: REVISED
  • Pages: 156

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2002

    Excellent !

    At the beginning of this superb book, the learned writer acknowledges that Jesus of Nazareth effectively stands as an enigma in Jewish history. Whilst being hailed by countless millions as their Saviour/Messiah, the name of Jesus has also been used by some in relation to the condemning of innumerable Jews and as an excuse to take countless Jewish lives. Subsequently, Jesus has been largely ignored by Jews except for a few references in the Talmud and in some Jewish legends. The author illustrates that there is no uniform Jewish opinion concerning the person of Jesus, with views ranging from `he never existed' to him being `a great Jewish prophet'. The book analyses the life of Jesus including his birth in Bethlehem of Judea and how he taught his small group of disciples who were all as Jewish as himself. The author states that anyone who sets themselves the task of studying what the Old Testament has to say about the coming, prophesied Jewish Messiah will find in the Book of Isaiah numerous predictions that portray the Messiah as one who is going to suffer humiliation, physical harm and finally death in a violent manner, with the death being stated as a substitutionary death for the sins of the Jewish people. On the other hand the author also states that one will likewise find the Jewish prophets also speaking of the Messiah coming as a conquering King who will destroy the enemies of Israel and set up the Messianic Kingdom of peace and prosperity. A seeming paradox and a stumbling stone to many Jews, but which Christians interpret as the first and second coming of the Messiah....Jesus. This issue is studied in depth in this book and is excellent reading, with reference also made to sections of the New Testament. The Jewish `objections' to Jesus are also examined in detail as are the `definitions' of what exactly is a `Jew', a `Gentile', a `Christian' and a `Hebrew Christian' and how they relate to each other. A classic study. The book also includes interviews on this subject with almost 40 Jews concerning what they each believe about Jesus. These embrace Rabbis, actors, homemakers, hairdressers, indeed people from all walks of Jewish life. The book contains a wealth of information and a variety of differing opinions, which are studied in light of Scripture. As a Christian my own beliefs are self evident, but no matter how you view this subject, the Jewishness of Jesus cannot be denied. Highly recommended.

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