The Jewish Annotated New Testament
The Judaic Climate into Which Jesus was Born
Prime reasons to purchase The Jewish Annotated New Testament are to raise one's level of Christian and Jewish knowledge, to enrich and deepen one's faith, and inpreparation for Interfaith Dialogues.
The book is replete with maps, timeline and charts, for easy reference. It is valuable for all levels of leadership and guidance who maintain a genuine interest in understanding.
This annotated New Testament does not appear to have conversion as its raison d'etre, but can be helpful for people of all the three great Abrahamic faiths, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
How TAJNT Reinforces One's Judaism
Christopher Berkey, writing for The New York Times, considers TAJNT
“an unusual scholarly experiment: an edition of the Christian holy book edited entirely by Jews.”
Jewish Annotated New Testament Review - edited by Amy-Jill Levine and Marc Zvi Brettler
Writing on BrandeisNOW, Charles A. Radin reviews The Jewish Annotated New Testament, saying:
It is not often that a bunch of professors' scholarly work on an ancient religious text shoots past the thrillers, diet fads and self-improvement books that dominate the rapidly changing Amazon.com best-sellers list.
He goes on to elaborate on how he was captivated by the book. Continue Reading Radin
Writing on BrandeisNOW, Charles A. Radin reviews The Jewish Annotated New Testament.It is not often that a bunch of professors’ scholarly work on an ancient religious text shoots past the thrillers, diet fads and self-improvement books that dominate the rapidly changing Amazon.com best-sellers list.
But that’s what happened over Thanksgiving break with the just-published book “The Jewish Annotated New Testament,” edited by Marc Z. Brettler, the Dora Golding Professor of Biblical Studies at Brandeis, and Amy-Jill Levine, the University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt. Read more november/
Reflections About the Jewish Jesus
Companion to the Jewish New Testament
In today's fragmented world of information, a further investigation and explanation of the tone and the reality of life at the start of the Christian Era, is worthwhile. This volume is exemplary, in the facts it presents. It encourages you to continue your investigation. A valuable book for persons of all faiths, who want further grounding in the Abrahamic origins of our religions.