Yeshua… Why That Name?
March 1, 1985

Recently, the subject of names became very important to me, as my wife and I anticipated the birth of our first child. Being from an Ashkenazic background, our choices of names were narrowed—and aided—somewhat by the tradition of naming one’s children after deceased relatives. But even then we discovered, as multitudes of other Jewish parents […]

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Yeshua: the Jewish Way to Say Jesus

Rosen, Moishe: Yeshua—the Jewish Way to Say Jesus. Chicago, Moody Press. 1982; 160 pp. paperback. “Long ago, the Jewish Scriptures predicted the coming of One who would redeem the world from evil and usher in a new order of living. This book examines those prophecies to see whether Jesus fulfilled them. If He did not, […]

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