The Jewish Annotated New Testament
A groundbreaking edition that sheds light on the Jewish background and culture from which the New Testament grew. Renowned scholars introduce and annotate the Gospels, Acts, Letters, and Revelation from a Jewish perspective, providing readers with new insights into the significance and meaning of these texts. The book also includes essays on topics such as Divine Beings, Jesus in Jewish thought, and Messianic Movements. For those interested in the Jewish roots of Christianity or seeking a New Testament that doesn't proselytize or denigrate Judaism, this volume is an indispensable resource.