Rabbi David Zaslow on the Jewish Roots of Christianity

When I reviewed Rabbi Zaslow’s book Jesus: First-Century Rabbi recently, he left a comment on the post, pointing out this interview that he did on Christian television. I thought it might be of interest to more readers than those who happened to be keeping an eye on the comments on that post, and so I’ve shared it here.

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  • http://meafar.blogspot.com/ Bob MacDonald

    I like the distinction of HJ from TJ (the Theological Jesus). This has some explanatory possibilities when reading the Psalms and hearing them with the ear and voice of Jesus. I wonder what the critical separateness is bt Xtian and Jew. Even incarnation is anticipated – perhaps encouraged for all by Psalms 111-112.