By Rabbi Samuel Sandmel,Rabbi David Sandmel
An in-depth examine the Christian scriptures—from a Jewish perspective.
Many Jewish humans understand the recent testomony merely via snippets of verse heard at a Christian marriage ceremony or funeral, or via a bankruptcy learn in literature category. Many are thoroughly unexpected with the that means or messages of Christian scripture and for this reason carry unusual or startling judgments approximately it.
A Jewish knowing of the hot Testament introduces the textual content to Jewish readers. Samuel Sandmel applies scholarly feedback and offers historic heritage to the writings of the hot testomony, revealing how the sacred literature of alternative religions provides clean views on one’s personal ideals.
Without compromising his Jewish id or encouraging any conventional Jewish stereotypes of the recent testomony, Sandmel deals an enlightened view of Christian ideals and encourages readers to recognize their universal humanity with humans of all religions. (Previously released via KTAV Publishing apartment, 1974, ISBN 0-870682-628.)
Rabbi Samuel Sandmel used to be professor of Bible and Hellenistic Literature at Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of faith, and writer of many very popular books within the fields of Jewish and Bible experiences.
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A Jewish Understanding of the New Testament by Rabbi Samuel Sandmel,Rabbi David Sandmel