""My standpoint is then one of tension, a tension that I bear in my flesh and in my intellectual and spiritual life: I heard the two voices. And it is the weight of this tension that has pressed me to think and study about it, to teach about it, and eventually to write about it. It is the Jewish-Christian tension in my flesh and in my scholarly and professional life that has given birth to this book. In echo to Israel Zangwill, I will set my questions straight: Were Jesus and Moses indeed irreconcilable? Are our theological and historical cliches in agreement with the original intention of prophetic revelation and with what indeed took place in history?"" --From the Preface: The Two Jews Jacques B. Doukhan is professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary and director of the Institute of Jewish-Christian Studies at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. Doukhan received a doctorate in Hebrew Language and Literature from the University of Strasbourg. Doukhan was the recipient of a post-doctoral research scholarship from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Later, he received a Doctorate of Theology in Biblical Studies and Systematic Theology from Andrews University. Dr. Doukhan also holds a Master in Egyptology from the University of Montpellier. In addition to his numerous articles and reviews, Doukhan has written twenty books including the following: Drinking at the Sources: An Appeal to the Jew and the Christian to Note Their Common Beginnings; Daniel: The Vision of the End; On the Way to Emmaus: Five Messianic Prophecies Explained; and Commentary on Genesis. Dr. Doukhan is the General Editor of the SDAIBC Series.