A Rabbi Talks With Jesus: An Intermillennial, Interfaith Exchange

כריכה קדמית
Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, 1993 - 154 עמודים
16 ביקורות
This book is a unique religious dialogue that spans the ages by looking back two millennia to the time of Jesus. By taking Jesus seriously, and on his own terms, author Neusner explains that if he had been there to hear Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, he would have said: "No, for good and substantive reasons, I will not follow you".

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מה אומרים אנשים - כתוב ביקורת

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Review: A Rabbi Talks with Jesus

ביקורת משתמש  - Robert - Goodreads

Not one of Neusner's best efforts. He reads the Jewish scriptures too closely, and does not credit the fundamental premise of the Gospel קרא סקירה מלאה

Review: A Rabbi Talks with Jesus

ביקורת משתמש  - Zachariah - Goodreads

Neusner does a good job handling this discourse without being a bully. His purpose is to demonstrate why he, as a Jew, would not follow Jesus. He says--over and over--how he respects Jesus but could ... קרא סקירה מלאה

תוכן

Not to Destroy but to Fulfill vs You Have Heard
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Honor Your Father and Your Mother vs Do
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Remember the Sabbath Day to Keep It Holy vs Look
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מידע על המחבר (1993)

Jacob Neusner is the Research Professor of Religion and Theology and Senior Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College. Having published more than 900 books and innumerable articles he is the most published humanities scholar in the world. He has been awarded nine honorary degrees, including seven US and European honorary doctorates. He holds fourteen academic medals and prizes, as well as numerous other academic awards. He received his A. B. from Harvard College, his Ph. D. from Columbia University and Union Theological Seminary, and Rabbinical Ordination and the degree of Master of Hebrew Letters from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. In his professional career he was founding chairman of the Department of Hebrew Studies at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, held a post-doctoral fellowship at Brandeis University, and taught at Dartmouth College and at Brown University. He spent a research year at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton NJ, and served as Distinguished Research Professor of Religious Studies at University of South Florida. He was President of the American Academy of Religion, and a member of the founding committee of the Association for Jewish Studies. He single-handedly founded the European Association of Jewish Studies. He also served, by appointment of President Carter, as Member of the National Council on the Humanities and, by appointment of President Reagan, as Member of the National Council on the Arts. He is editor of the Encyclopaedia of Judaism (Brill, 1999. I-III) and its Supplements; chairman of the Editorial Board of The Review of Rabbinic Judaism, and Editor in Chief of the Brill Reference Library of Judaism, both of them published by E. J. Brill, Leiden, The Netherlands. He is editor of Studies in Judaism, University Press of America. He was editor for Judaism of the Dictionary of Religion (Harper/AAR), and of the Encyclopaedia of Religion (Britannica/Merriam Webster).

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