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Jesus Didn't Have Blue Eyes: Reclaiming Our Jewish Messiah.

160 pp., 2004.

Jesus Didn't Have Blue Eyes: Reclaiming Our Jewish Messiah

Jesus did not come to start a new religion. Jesus did not come to take us away from Judaism, at least not the Judaism taught in the Hebrew Bible. Jesus came to take Judaism to the next level.

 

As we examine the life and teachings of Jesus with an eye for the Jewish context behind all that he said and did, we will better understand who Jesus is.

  •  See his humanity as well as his deity.

  •  Understand why he did the things he did.

  •  Renew your love for the Bible Jesus read.

  •  See Israel through Jesusí eyes.

  •  Understand the words of our rabbi and Messiah.

Recommendation: 5 of 5
Fantastic - Restores teaching of Yeshua (Jesus) as a Jew!

This book does what few books can do, it challenges us to redefine our understandings of core doctrines and beliefs in Scripture.

Yeshua (Jesus) was fully a Torah observant Jew, and contrary to today's teachings by many, taught His talmidim (disciples) to observer the Torah. He was born a fully Jew, and He died fully a Jew.

A worthwhile book that will change the way you see Yeshua (Jesus).

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Paul Didn't Eat Pork: Reappraising Paul the Pharisee.

155 pp., 2005.

 

Paul Didn't Eat Pork: Reappraising Paul the Pharisee.

Was Paul the inventor of Christianity? Did he leave Judaism to join a new religion? Have you been reading the New Testament as the Jewish book that it truly is?

Looking carefully at the life and message of Paul will reveal a much more Jewish New Testament than commonly realized. The result could be revolutionary as you see deeper layers to our wonderful faith in Jesus, the Jewish Messiah. Some surprising facts about Paul include:

  •  Paul remained a Pharisee his whole life.
  •  Paul studied under one of historyís most famous rabbis.
  •  Paul continued offering sacrifices at the temple after faith in Jesus.
  •  Paul continued to observe Israelís holy days.
  •  Paul continued to expect circumcision for Jews.
  •  Paul kept not only biblical laws, but also Jewish traditions.
  •  Paul explained the cross as God canceling Torahís death-curse for believers.

Recommendation: 5 of 5
Thought Provoking! - Did Paul intend to start a new religion?

This book challenges us to thoughtfully look at scripture anew.  Did Paul intend to start a new Religion?  Or did He want to build on the Rich Religion of the Forefathers, Abraham, Issac & Jacob.

Paul was a Torah observant Jew, a Pharisee of Pharisees.  Did  he renounce all that is Jewish when he followed Messiah.  This writing shows that Paul, contrary to what many currently teach, continued to live a fully Jewish lifestyle, and encouraged others to do the same.

A book that will change the way you see Paul, and Yeshua (Jesus).