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  • Author: Einspruch, Henry
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Einspruch, Henry

theWord Version:
3.x - 4.x

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Einspruch - Jew. Bk

Suggest New Tag::
Jewish, Talmud

Module Identifier:
JBJ99-Einspruch-Jewish-Book.gbk

The Most Noted Jewish Book in the World



This short tract, written by Jewish Christian, aims to demonstrate – to both Jews and Christians – the strong roots that the New Testament has in Jewish tradition. It includes a discussion of the New Testament as Jewish literature, and an overview of the teaching of the New Testament from a Jewish perspective. Much of the text is dedicated to examining the similarities between the gospels and later Jewish literature (primarily the Talmud).


Contents
The Most Noted Jewish Book
The Hero of the Book
The Gospels – “Jewish Literature”
The Teaching of the Book

The first commandment

The second commandment

The third commandment

The fourth commandment

The fifth commandment

The Gospels and the Rabbinic Literature
Parallels between the Gospels and the Talmud
The Ideal of Jesus
Footnotes


Biography of Henry Einspruch (from https://www.messianicjewish.net/):

Henry Einspruch (born Khaim-Yekhiel Aynshprukh in Tarnow, Galicia. 1892–January 1977), was a Galician-born Jew who converted to Lutheranism, becoming a Messianic missionary affiliated with the Hebrew Christian movement. Einspruch translated Christian literature into Yiddish, Hebrew, Polish, Russian and English. His most notable work was a translation of the Christian New Testament into Yiddish.


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