It is sometimes troubling to Christians that typically a Jewish believer in Jesus is Torah ignorant.
Tug of War – an Open Letter to Tildeb Tildeb Let me again begin by thanking you for your comments. Your comments inspired me to study and to think and to expand my understanding of the issues that we have been discussing. For this I thank you.
Boyarin presents us with an analysis of the hand-washing incident described in the seventh chapter of the book of Mark (TJG; pgs. 106-127). Boyarin concludes that, contrary to popular Christian opinion, this incident does not teach that Jesus abolished the dietary laws altogether.
Supplement to Response to Charles Since I did not respond to all of Soper’s arguments in my previous articles I felt that I should perhaps elaborate.
Kosher Reality A Jewish Response to “The Real Kosher Jesus” by Dr. Michael L Brown
IV. 5. Objection 5.15 Brown presents an objection to Christianity: “When Jesus failed to fulfill the prophecies, his followers invented the myth of his substitutionary death, his resurrection, and finally his second coming, which, of course, they completely expected in his lifetime.” Brown responds on behalf of Christianity: “In order to make this claim, you virtually have to rewrite the entire New Testament, since a central theme of those writings, from their earliest strata on, is that Jesus had to go to the cross and suffer and die and then rise from the dead.” Brown’s response does not begin to address the objection
“To them, all Jews are still Jews, whether they be atheist, agnostic, Chassidic, Orthodox or Reformed- EXCEPT for those Jews who believe that Yeshua is the Messiah!!!” James Ashmore January 2014 Dear James It seems that you are under the impression that the Jewish community singles out believers in Jesus for unfair treatment. You seem to believe that the Jewish community accepts a broad range of beliefs but blindly rejects belief in Jesus as non-Jewish.
TYVM – From a Jew to a Christian Dear Chanan
Annelise on the Law of Life