Rabbi Talks with Jesus
Rabbi Professor Jacob Neusner
- Queens University Press
Montreal & Kingston - London - Ithaca
161 pp paperback
learned author had written a detailed "history of the
Jews in Babylonia" in six volumes, as well as many
other books, including The Theology of the Oral Torah. He
is now a distinguished research professor of religious studies
at the University of South Florida and professor of religion,
Bard College, New York.
explains why the Sermon on the Mount would not have convinced
him to follow Jesus and why he would have continued to follow
the teaching of Moses. He explores the reasons Christians
believe in Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of Heaven, while
Jews continue to believe in the Torah of Moses and a kingdom
of priests and holy people on earth.
imaginary dialogue is conducted in a spirit of friendliness
and respect for the others belief, free of intolerance
and intentional misunderstanding.
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