teachings of messianic judaism

Walk Genesis! In the Beginning
January 1, 2003
Author: Derek Leman

Book Title: Walk Genesis! Author: Jeffrey Enoch Feinberg Date Published: 1998 Publisher: UMJC Press Reviewer: Derek Leman Review Date: Jan 1, 2003 Walk Genesis! is no ordinary commentary on the first book of the Bible. Based upon the weekly portions read in the synagogue, the commentary is as much about the traditional divisions of Scripture […]

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An Introspective: A Review of Carol Harris-Shapiro’s Messianic Judaism: A Rabbi’s Journey through Religious Change in America
January 1, 2002

Book Title: Messianic Judaism: A Rabbi’s Journey through Religious Change in America Author: Carol Harris-Shapiro Date Published: August 4, 2000 Publisher: Beacon Press Genre: 1. Messianic Judaism2. Other Religions, Practices & Sacred Texts3. Bible Study & Reference ISBN: 978-0807010419 Reviewer: Naomi Rothstein Anticipating attack, I geared myself up to read Messianic Judaism: A Rabbi’s Journey […]

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Messianic Judaism: A Rabbi’s Journey Through Religious Change in America
March 1, 2000

Book Title: Messianic Judaism: A Rabbi’s Journey through Religious Change in America Author: Carol Harris-Shapiro Date Published: August 4, 2000 Publisher: Beacon Press Genre: 1. Messianic Judaism2. Other Religions, Practices & Sacred Texts3. Bible Study & Reference ISBN: 978-0807010419 Reviewer: Naomi Rothstein Editor’s Note: Rabbi Carol Harris-Shapiro has written a book on messianic Judaism that […]

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Letter Regarding Jewish Identity
July 1, 1997

Shalom Steve! Yesterday I received the Mishpochah Message with your lead article Alarming Our Community.” I must say that what I read made me angry. I am not angry with you personally, but with what you wrote. Please allow me to explain. Your analysis of what happened to Chuck Snow presents many important concerns. But […]

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Book Excerpt from Jehiel Lichtenstein’s Hebrew Commentary on the New Testament by One of His Students
September 1, 1993
Author: Rich Robinson

(in German; Leipzig, 1895). Out of print, but available at some large libraries or through inter-library loan. One of the most intriguing eras in Messianic Jewish history is the 19th century, and one of its more fascinating characters was Jehiel Lichtenstein (1827-1912), author of perhaps the most unusual commentary ever written on the New Testament. […]

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