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Christian-Jewish Dialogue

Christian-Jewish Dialogue: Exploring Our Commonalities and Our Differences

Author: Isaac C. Rottenberg

Christian-Jewish Dialogue is perhaps one of the best volumes that has been written on the various issues that impact Christian-Jewish dialogue. It tackles controversial issues and suggests practical ways in which both the Christian and Jewish communities can develop better understanding of each other and work toward the advancement of issues of mutual concern.


Our Father Abraham: Jewish Roots of the Christian Faith

Author: Marvin R Wilson

Our Father Abraham has become a classic for its balanced understanding of the Jewish roots of the Christian faith. This volume covers a wide range of subjects that relate to the biblical foundations of Christianity. It will answer many questions and open new vistas of understanding for the Christian believer who is serious about biblical faith and practice.


Restoring Our Lost Legacy: Christianity's Hebrew Heritage

Author: John D Garr

Restoring Our Lost Legacy is an ecclectic overview of the Hebraic foundations of the Christian faith that explores a wide range of subjects and issues. This text will challenge the reader to examine Christianity's history and current expressions to see how the faith of Jesus and the apostles can be restored to the believing community around the world.


Listening to the Language of the Bible: Hearing It Through Jesus' Ears

Author: Lois Tverberg with Bruce Okkema

Listening to the Language of the Bible is a study in various Hebrew terms and concepts that are part of the worldview and mindset of the people of the Bible as they were manifest through the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. This volume will both satisfy a believer's hunger for biblical truth and challenge one to more searching of the Scriptures.


New Light on the Difficult Words of Jesus: Insights from His Jewish Context

Author: David Bivin

New Light on the Difficult Words of Jesus discusses statement in the Synoptic Gospels that have long been overlooked or misunderstood because of inadequate translations and faulty interpretation. The words of Jesus come alive with new meaning as their foundations in the Hebrew language are explored, underscoring the importance of studying Hebrew.


Judaism Christianity Paganism: A Judeo-Christian Worldview and Its Cultural Implications

Author: Isaac C. Rottenberg

Judaism, Christianity, Paganism seeks to establish a Judeo-Christian worldview and to discuss its outworking in society at large. This book presents a solid challenge to the complacency that has overtaken much of Christianity and influenced it to embrace radical postmodern concepts and practices, replacing the biblical faith with a humanistic religion.

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