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The Hebrew Yeshua vs. the Greek Jesus (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 2005
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Christians!! Israelites!! Read this!!
16 janvier 2017 - Publié sur Amazon.com
3 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
Still reading and loving it !! Absolutely fascinating! Extremely well researched and documented. Outlines the history of the Pharisees and the extreme changes they made in the Torah and the Law of Moses since the time of Moses. As I read I became aware of the direct parallels with the Great Apostasy after the time of Christ and the Apostles and the subsequent descent into the Dark Ages. A must read for religious history lovers and those who want to get back to the true roots of God's dealings with men and what He really taught.
Great explanation of Matthew 23:2-3 (the passage about Moses' seat)
30 septembre 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
4 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
This book does two very important things: it explains an otherwise difficult passage (Matthew 23:2-3) using Shem-Tov's Hebrew-language Matthew, and it also points out something many people are unaware of: "normative" (rabbinic) Judaism teaches that rabbinic tradition trumps the Talmud, and the Talmud (itself tradition) trumps the Torah. (I hasten to point out that many Christians are also guilty of making the Word of God of none effect by their tradition. Tradition isn't just a Jewish issue.)
I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Jesus didn't start Christianity
18 décembre 2015 - Publié sur Amazon.com
9 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
Absolutely essential for any Christian who has had nagging questions about what's missing from Christianity, and ESPECIALLY so because the author is NOT a Christian or a Messianic Jew. This book, by a Hebrew-speaking, Dead Sea Scrolls translating, Jewish scholar, suggests that by interpreting the NT from a Hebrew perspective, we discover truths about Yeshua that Christians have missed for over 2,000 years. What's missing about Christianity (as well as what's superfluous), is that Yeshua didn't come to start a new religion. He came to call his people, the Jews, to teshuva (repentance) and back to walking in Torah (halakah). Yeshua was expunged of his Jewishness due to anti-Semitism and sheer fear late in the first through fourth centuries (read your history books). When the vicious Romans conquered Judea and Samaria and massacred over a million Jews, only those who renounced Jewish religious customs were allowed back into Jerusalem. A perfect setup for the pagan Greek Christians to take over. Then came Constantine, who literally outlawed the holy Jewish calendar, customs and religious practices, including worshiping on the true Sabbath. But for the first 40+ years after Yeshua's death and resurrection, virtually EVERY believer in Yeshua was a Torah-practicing, Shabbat-observing, Feast-keeping and kosher-keeping Jew (again, read your history books). If you want to truly know what it means to be a Christian, and to actually move beyond Christianity, you need to read this book.
Patrick E. Siebert
The Hebrew Yeshua vs. The Greek Jesus
10 novembre 2012 - Publié sur Amazon.com
4 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
I'm about half way through this book written by Nehemia Gordon. It has received high praise from Avi Ben Mordechai,Lecturer on First Century Hebraic Contect in Jerusalem. I was very captivated by the opening chapters because I am interested in the teachings of Jesus as given in the New Testament. What I have learned thus far is that in order to get a 'real' understanding of the meaning of Jesus' remarks and sayings in the new Testament, you'd be better off if you understood Greek and Hebrew and Aramaic because most of the information presented in this book is the analysis of a Karaite Jew (a Jew who follows the Torah from Genesis through Deuteronomy and 2nd Chronicles through Malichi the prophet, and the Karaites have ittle regard for teachings of Jewish Rabbi's who interpret Biblical passages as they see the need, rather than the truth) and I hope I am telling you correctly because this book is deep deep deep. The part that interests me most so far, has been how several statements in Matthew appear to follow a Karaite view of the bible (eg., is Jesus a Karaite in his teaching of the Torah?...a very intersting consideration once you understand that because of the complexities of translations of Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic and English we get very different meanings behind the words of Jesus. I'm not sorrow I invested in this book, but I will admit right up front...it's deep deep deep for me. I do recommend it for other Christians who follow the words and examples of Jesus. It does give you a slightly different view of what He was trying to do. All I can say at this point is take your time, read things twice (maybe even three times), and re-read chapters...This is a tough one.
I liked this book enough to find out
23 juillet 2017 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If there is one consistency in books about the historical Jesus it's that the author's historical Jesus reflects his/her bias. I'm not a Kairite, but after reading the book, I believe that Christians may find a Jesus closer to the historical truth than most other portraits I've come across. Since I'm not a scholar, saying who the historical Jesus was, is above my pay grade. However, Nehemia Gordon has convinced me that maybe I'm closer to Kairite than I thought. The book provided intriguing insight and hope the author has more to say on the subject. I liked this book enough to find out.