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By Michael L. Brown

"An useful consultant from a relied on expert."—Lee StrobelWritten in a compelling, obtainable sort, this ebook solutions the most typical questions about Jewish humans and tradition, drawn from the regular flow of queries Michael L. Brown's ministry gets each month.As a Messianic believer, Brown presents transparent solutions to questions like "Are there Jewish denominations?" and "Do the Jewish humans anticipate a literal Messiah?" The e-book additionally addresses Christians' questions on their very own dating to the previous testomony legislation, reminiscent of "Should Christians realize the Sabbath on Saturday?" and "Are Gentile Christians non secular Jews?"

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Org Scripture marked njpsv is taken from the New Jewish Publication Society Version. © 1985 by The Jewish Publication Society. Scripture marked nlt is taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright © 1996. , Wheaton, Illinois 60189. All rights reserved. Scripture marked kjv is taken from the King James Version of the Bible. “Here’s an invaluable guide from a trusted expert who loves Jesus and the Jewish people. ” —Lee Strobel, author, The Case for Christ and The Case for the Real Jesus “Every age has produced Christian scholars who are Jews.

What does it mean to “restore the Jewish roots” of the Christian faith? 44. Was Paul really an educated Jew who knew the Hebrew language well? 45. Did the Jews really kill Jesus? Part 4: Contemporary Christians, the Law of Moses and the State of Israel 46. Did Jesus abolish the Law? 47. Did Paul abolish the Law? 48. Should Christians keep the Law? 49. Should Christians observe the Sabbath on Saturday? 50. Should Christians adhere to the dietary laws? 51. Should Christians observe the biblical Jewish holidays?

The true character of Judaism cannot be appreciated except by an intimate acquaintance with the Oral Law. The Written Law, that is the Five Books of Moses, and even the rest of the Hebrew Bible, we share with other faiths. [29] Simply stated, there is no traditional Judaism without the traditions and no rabbinic Judaism without the rabbis. Now, there is no reason to deny that traditions existed and developed in the life of ancient Israel—in fact, that is taken for granted and there is ample evidence to support this—but it is another thing entirely to argue that these traditions were divinely inspired, that they were given by God on Mount Sinai and that they were handed down in unbroken, authoritative form through the generations.

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