King of the Jews: Resurrecting the Jewish Jesus
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King of the Jews: Resurrecting the Jewish Jesus

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Is it possible to have the wrong Jesus? Bible critics and scholars are talking about the difference between the Jesus Christ of Christianity and the historical Jesus. But who is the historical Jesus? Jesus is not a one-size-fits all mystic. He wasn't a Christian either. He was a Jew. While stripping back centuries of cultural misinterpretations, Lancaster reveals the histo...more
Paperback, 255 pages
Published April 1st 2006 by Messianic Jewish Publisher
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Absolutely amazing. The pinnacle of this book is the chapter on 'The House of Water Drawing' which explains Sukkot (The Feast of Tabernacles) in it's historical context, i.e. how it was celebrated in Yeshua's day. In short, it is absolutely fascinating
"King of the Jews" is a Bible background book. While I have no doubt that the author accepts Yeshua as the Messiah, some of his comments seem to indicate a belief that the Law is what saves and what Jesus came to do was to call people to repent and follow the Law. I have a problem with that. On the other hand, he does believe that the New Testament is an accurate record (which I agree with).

The author picked certain parables and events in the gospels that he felt he could make clearer or correct...more
I had already studied through the FFOZ Torah Club volume 4 twice, so this book was an easy enjoyable, refreshing read for me. It was a quicker more cons use version of the year long study in one place. I especially love chapter 5 on Pharisees. Happy reading!
such an amazing book...I highlighted and outlined and read this book to pieces at least 3 times and then passed it on......what treasures are to be found in Yeshua's parables.
Good insights on the Jewish realities of Jesus and His Word
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