The early leaders of the Church were all Jewish, the original Church was organized around the pattern of the Jewish synagogue, and Yeshua (Jesus) used numerous Jewish idioms in his teachings and was, perhaps, a Pharisee himself. Dr. Moseley illuminates the Jewish background of Yeshua and the Church in this best-selling book.
Yeshua: A Guide to the Real Jesus and the Original Church includes a foreword by Dr. Marvin Wilson, study questions, and an extensive glossary. This eye-opening work can be used by individuals and Bible study groups who want to learn more about the Jewish roots of their faith.
Praise for the Print Edition
. . . must reading for serious students desiring to explore the historical and biblical linkage between the synagogue and church. I enthusiastically recommend this enlightening study of origins.
—Marvin R. Wilson, Ph.D., Professor, Dep't. of Biblical and Theological Studies, Gordon College
This refreshing book by Dr. Ron Moseley opens up the history of the Jewish roots of the Christian faith. Every Christian should read this book.
—Brad Young, Ph.D. (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Oral Roberts University
. . . every disciple of Yeshua, the Rabbi from Nazareth, will find Ron's latest work valuable and stimulating reading, as it illuminates the Jewish background to Jesus and his Jewish movement, the Church.
—Dwight A. Pryor, President, Center for Judaic-Christian Studies
- Title: Yeshua: A Guide to the Real Jesus and the Original Church
- Author: Ron Moseley
- Publisher: Messianic Jewish Publishers
- Publication Date: 1996
- Pages: 222
About Ron Moseley
Ron Moseley studied the Jewish Background of the New Testament at Princeton and at Jerusalem University. He holds a Masters in Jewish Studies, M.Div. from Luther Rice College, Ph.D. in Ancient Middle Eastern History from Louisiana Baptist University, and a D.Phil in Sociology & Religious Studies from Oxford University. He was inducted into the Society of Scholars, Oxford, in 2006. Dr. Mosely has authored thirteen books and is the founder and president of the Arkansas Institute of Holy Land Studies. For nearly twenty-five years, he has been pastor of Sherwood Bible Church in Sherwood, Arkansas.