Yeshua: The Life of the Messiah from a Messianic Jewish Perspective
During His ministry to the Jewish people, Yeshua (Jesus) journeyed throughout the land promised to the Jewish patriarchs, presenting Himself to the Jews as their Messiah. He was a Jew living in a Jewish land among the Jewish people, yet, much of the knowledge of this Jewish society, its culture, and traditions has grown dim with the passage of time. In this work, Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum shines a bright light on the life of Yeshua and the land of Israel during the Second Temple period, interpreting the Gospels from a Messianic Jewish perspective. To achieve this, Dr. Fruchtenbaum has done original research in the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek source texts, and has also drawn on the works of other scholars and the writings of the ancient rabbis. A. T. Robertson’s time-tested A Harmony of the Gospels provides the framework for his exegesis.
In the first volume of this multivolume commentary on the Gospels, Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum begins his detailed exegesis of the life of the Messiah by providing in-depth background information on the Second Temple period. He then covers the birth, childhood, and adolescence of Yeshua up to the point when He begins His public ministry.
Bible, Messianic Judaism, Christianity
San Antonio, TX
Biblical Studies | Christianity | Religion
Fruchtenbaum, Arnold G., "Yeshua: The Life of the Messiah from a Messianic Jewish Perspective" (2016). Alumni Book Gallery. 446.