This companion volume to the Jewish New Testament enhances Bible study. Passages and expressions are explained in their original cultural context, the way 1st century Jewish writers meant for them to be understood! Over fifteen years of research and study went into the Jewish New Testament Commentary to make the New Testament more meaningful!
“This period, with its failing eyes, trouble and evil decrees, is referred to” (Matthew 24:1)
“In Judaism the citation of a Scripture text implies the whole context, not merely the quoted words.” (Matthew 2:6)
“The word ‘trinity’ appears nowhere in the New Testament” (Matthew 28:19)
“but to turn his readers’ concern away from animal sacrifices and toward the significance of Yeshua’s final sacrifice” (Hebrews 6:4)
“A good rule of interpretation is that when the literal sense makes good sense, seek no other sense” (Revelation 2:9)