qJesus the Jewish Theologian qestablishes Jesus firmly within the context of first-century Judaism and shows how understanding Jesus' Jewishness is crucial for interpreting the New Testament and for understanding the nature of Christian faith. Insights from Jewish literature, archeology, and tradition help modern readers place Jesus within his original context. Particular attention is given to the Jewish roots of Jesus' teaching concerning the kingdom of God. .q . . this book illuminates anew how qJewishq Jesus was. That should come as no surprise to Jews or to Christians, although it often does. Jesus grew from the soil of his people. In reading this book I was struck again and again with how Jesus' teachings were paralleled in my own tradition. . . . Dr. Young's book is not intended to diminish Jesus' teaching, but to show its roots.q q Rabbi David Wolpe, University of Judaism, Los Angeles qDr. Young . . . permits the words of Jesus to glisten within their own Semitic setting. . . . [He] has done his readers a great service in introducing them to Jewish theological thought. . . . What emerges, however, is not qJesus the Jewish theologianq in any Western, systematic sense. Rather, in Jesus, Dr. Young presents an Eastern or Semitic theologian, one who employs a living, vibrant theology. . . .q q Marvin R. Wilson, Gordon CollegeIn reading this book I was struck again and again with how Jesusa#39; teachings were paralleled in my own tradition. . . . Dr. Younga#39;s book is not intended to diminish Jesusa#39; teaching, but to show its roots.
|Title||:||Jesus the Jewish Theologian|
|Publisher||:||Hendrickson Pub - 1995|