David H. Stern


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in Los Angeles,California, The United States
October 31, 1935

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David H. Stern born in Los Angeles in 1935, is the great-grandson of two of the city's first twenty Jews. He earned a Ph.D. in economics at Princeton University and was a professor at UCLA. He then received a Master of Divinity degree at Fuller Theological Seminary, did graduate work at the University of Judaism, and was active in the Messianic Jewish movement. Dr. Stern authored the highly acclaimed English translations, the Jewish New Testament, the Jewish New Testament Commentary, and the Complete Jewish Bible.

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Jewish New Testament Commen...

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Complete Jewish Bible-OE

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Restoring the Jewishness of...

4.07 avg rating — 150 ratings — published 1988 — 5 editions
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The Jewish New Testament: A...

4.35 avg rating — 94 ratings — published 1989 — 6 editions
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Messianic Judaism: A Modern...

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Messianic Jewish Manifesto

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Complete Jewish Bible

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Jewish New Testament: The G...

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“Believers are expected to be involved in what Judaism calls tikkun-ha'olam, repairing the world. Tikkun-ha'olam is deeply embedded in the Jewish ethic; for this reason even secular Jews usually find themselves concerned with bettering society.”
David H. Stern

“The curse of the law” is not the curse of having to live within the framework of Torah for the Torah itself is good. Nor is it the curse of being required to obey the Torah but lacking the power to do so”
David H. Stern, Restoring the Jewishness of the Gospel: A Message for Christians

“Paul’s point is that that curse falls on people who are actually trying to obey the Torah if their efforts are grounded in legalism”
David H. Stern, Restoring the Jewishness of the Gospel: A Message for Christians



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