Meet the Rabbis Paperback

Rabbinic Thought and the Teachings of Jesus

by Brad H Young;

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Meet the Rabbis

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Brad Young is a fascinating author whose writings are often committed to establishing the Jewish roots of the Christian faith. In "Meet The Rabbis", Young investigates the influence of rabbinic philosophy on Jesus and further discusses why this is relevant to today's readers of the New Testament.

The author introduces his concern that many Christians are not familiar with rabbinic thought and, more specifically, unfamiliar with the Ethics of the Fathers in a Jewish prayer book. The purpose of this book is to enhance Christian awareness of Torah learning. The author uses aspects of the New Testament (in particular, The Sermon on the Mount) to link Chrisitanity with the Rabbinic thought.

The book is divided into three main sections:
1. Introduction to Rabbinic Thought,
2. Introduction to Rabbinic Literature,
3. A biographical description of influential Rabbis from Talmudic sources.

Brad Young has written several other popular theological books, including "Jesus and His Jewish Parables" and "The Jewish Background to the Lord's Prayer."

Meet the Rabbis by Brad H Young was published by Baker in July 2007 and is our 27901st best seller. The ISBN for Meet the Rabbis is 9780801048180.

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Details for Meet the Rabbis

Page last updated 25th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherBaker (July 2007)
Number of Pages270
Thickness18 mm
Height230 mm
Width153 mm
Product Code3967275
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