jewishness of the new testament
The Latest Generation of Jewish Scholars Gives Us Its Take on Jesus The past several years have seen a “new wave” of Jewish publications about Jesus and the New Testament. In 2011, The Jewish Annotated New Testament (JANT) was published, the first time the entire New Testament has been presented to Jews and Christians by […]
The Latest Generation of Jewish Scholars Give Us Their Take on Jesus and Jewishness If you could go back a few centuries to a shtetl in Eastern Europe—or even to the early 1900s in the Lower East Side of New York City—and ask, Who do you think Jesus is?, you might receive a response like […]
What is the link between the Jewish people, superheroes, and the world as we know it?
An answer to the allegation that Jesus never claimed to be the Messiah.
Dan Cohn-Sherbok. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1990. 126 pages. $49.95, cloth. Dan Cohn-Sherbok is lecturer in theology at the University of Kent in England. This book is a revision of previously published articles. The essays are readable and instructive. They also affirm the Jewishness of the New Testament (which cannot be said of […]
Rabbi Isaac Lichtenstein was curious when he saw one of the teachers in his school reading a small book printed in German. When he asked about it the teacher handed it to him. Casually Rabbi Lichtenstein leafed through the pages until his gaze fell upon the name Jesus Christ. Realizing that the book was a […]
Why a rabbi who considered the New Testament to be anti-Semitic changed his mind.
Before reciting the prayer, Hear our voice,” in the penitential collection captioned Zekhor Brit (“Remember the Covenant”), Rabbi Meshullam Issakhar ha-Levi Horwitz of Stanislav related with tearful supplications before the open ark: “A king, blessed with an only son, reared him lovingly from tender childhood in the path of rectitude and rejoiced in witnessing his […]