Why I wrote about ‘New Testament People’

The world is big enough for us all. If others choose different paths, I am content to be a Jew.

March 3, 2019 11:55
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New Testament People

New Testament People. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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My book, New Testament People: A Rabbi’s Notes, published by Authorhouse in association with the Australian Council of Christians and Jews, is available from online booksellers and Australian interfaith organizations. It examines almost 100 New Testament figures from a Jewish viewpoint. The most fascinating of them all is, of course, Jesus.


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