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The Crucified Rabbi: Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity (The Origins of Catholicism Book 1) (English Edition) par [Marshall, Taylor]
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Présentation de l'éditeur

Includes a list of over three hundred Hebrew prophecies fulfilled by Christ and the Church.
Is Catholicism inherently Anti-Semitic?
How does Jewish thinking presuppose devotion to Mary?
Is the Catholic Church a fulfillment of historic Israel?
How did the Israelite identity of the twelve Apostles influence the early Church?
How do Jewish water rituals relate to Catholic baptism?
Is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass a Passover meal?
Should the Catholic priesthood conform to the priesthood established by Moses?
How has the Jewish Temple influenced traditional Christian architecture?
Does the Pope wear a yarmulke?
These and other questions are answered in this book.

Biographie de l'auteur

Taylor Marshall was an Episcopal priest in Fort Worth, Texas before being received with his wife into the Catholic Church by Bishop Kevin Vann of Fort Worth in 2006. He is also the former Assistant Director of the Catholic Information Center in Washington, D.C., located three blocks north of the White House, where he lectured regularly. He served under Archbishop John J. Myers and Msgr. William Stetson for the Pastoral Provision of John Paul II, the canonical structure by which Anglican clergy are received into the Catholic Church and then go on to pursue Holy Orders in the Catholic Church. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University (BA, Philosophy) Westminster Theological Seminary (MAR, Systematic Theology), Nashotah Theological House (Certificate in Anglican Studies), and the University of Dallas (MA, Philosophy). He is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Dallas focusing on the Natural Law theory of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Taylor and his wife Joy live in Dallas, Texas with their five children. <b>Please visit:</b>

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  • Editeur : Saint John Press (30 septembre 2009)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Putting the rest of series on my to read list. 24 mai 2017
Par ARG - Publié sur
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Taylor Marshall draws connections between mainly Biblical Judaism and Catholic practices in a comprehensible and meaningful way. The last two chapters rely on Orthodox practices which is less useful as Orthodox Judaism developed in the 18th century long after Catholicism. That is not to say that both don't have solid foundation, but Orthodox practice is not the antecedent for Catholic practice. Drawing connections between Jewish feast days and vestments was great. I enjoyed this book as a broader picture than Brant Pitre's treatment of just the Eucharist (also great just more in depth). Putting the rest of series on my to read list.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Christ and His Body: Israel in Person 22 octobre 2009
Par Mama 2 many - Publié sur
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I have just finished reading the book and I believe that this book is very helpful in helping someone understand the Old Testament roots for the Catholic faith. The ancient maxim of the Church, "the New Testament is hidden in the Old and the Old Testament is revealed in the New" comes alive in this work. Everything from the Sacraments to the Vestments of the clergy, to the buildings of the Church have their basis in the Old Testament story. I plan on using this book in my Scripture class to help my students see more clearly the connection between the Old Testament and New Testament. The best part of the book is the conversational tone. The reader is never left not understanding a point or a connection. Taylor lays it out and, quite frankly, it makes sense. Only the Catholic Church can make sense of the Old Testament promises.

Tom Riello
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Continuity 31 octobre 2009
Par W. B. Britton - Publié sur
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I loved this book. it is easy to read and by that I mean that I could have most likely read the entire thing in one sitting because I was compelled to continue reading it the further on I got. I am a big fan of the truth of continuity. I try to explain to people that Catholicism is "sacrificial Judaism" now as opposed to Rabbinical Judaism, but I have not had the time to delve in any significant depth with many folks. Your book is just the thing to recommend to them. It also helps me to explain why Protestants (Evangelical or otherwise) are really a rupture in the salvific covenant which began with Abraham and continues to this day in Christ through the sacramental life of the Catholic Church. The notes from scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church are all great as is the use of the Hebrew terms for the Old Testament rituals and holy days which have found fulfillment and their definitive form in Christ and His mystical Body, the Catholic Church.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Insight into the Jewish Origin of Catholicism 26 juillet 2010
Par LexOrandi - Publié sur
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Just finished reading the Crucified Rabbi and it is a terrific book. It explains in a very straightforward and easy manner the connections between Judaism and Christianity. One of the difficulties in making comparisons between Catholicism and other religions is the lack of authority as to what they believe. The Catholic religion has creeds such as the Nicene which clearly summarize its basic beliefs. It is also easy to observe what occurs at the Catholic Mass by watching television or attending services. Catholic services are open and available to anyone to attend. Anyone is free to attend a Catholic mass and see what happens firsthand. Catholic prayer books are easily available and it is not a mystery as to what constitute Catholic beliefs.
In trying to understand the basic beliefs of Judaism and other religions there is not similar authority such as that provided by the Pope and Rome to give guidance as to what the "orthodox" beliefs are. It is also difficult for a non Jew to attend Jewish services. As Judaism is not interested in converting non Jews effort is not made to explain its beliefs to non Jews. Taylor Marshall's book helps to bridge this gap in information. He clearly explains the Christian beliefs and then shows the different Jewish viewpoints. Some Jews believe in the resurrection of the body and some don't. Some believe in an afterlife such as heaven and hell and some don't. Marshall does an excellent job of explaining these different viewpoints and how they relate to Catholicism. He is able to point to scripture as the basis for these viewpoints.I strongly recommend this book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Alternative to Dispensationalist Polemics 2 juin 2015
Par Greg Cook - Publié sur
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There are a number of books trying to show the "Jewish roots" of Jesus, but Marshall's does so from a Catholic position. This would be useful as an apologetic tool, both for those evangelizing Jews but also for those encountering conservative Protestants who believe they have a corner on explaining Christianity from a Jewish perspective. Marshall is comprehensive in his analysis and makes good use of scripture (though some of his O.T. references seem tenuously linked to the N.T. passages). At times his writing is a little flat, but all-in-all this is a good place to start on understanding the fulfillment of God's promises to israel in the Church.
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