David Biven demonstrates that the Greek of the New Testament contains several signs of a Semitic background. While this is not demonstrative of an actual Hebraic text behind any of the New Testament, it is a strong indicator that to some degree, a Semitic/Hebraic tradition (either oral or written) was in place by the time […]
In this video, part two of a 12 part series, the late Dr. Robert Lindsey, of the Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research, describes how Jesus’ self-understanding as Messiah is reflected in the unique, but still thoroughly Hebraic, way he called God his Father.
David Stern, in his Jewish New Testament Commentary, points out that the traditional translation of Hebrews 8:6 obscures a vital theological element. A typical modern translation of Hebrews 8:6 is: But as it is, Christ has obtained a ministry that is as much more excellent than the old as the covenant he mediates is better, […]
Dr. John Monson makes an amazing presentation on “physical theology” – understanding the Bible not merely as words on paper, but rather as the sum of those words, plus the land, people, and cultures they are embedded in. This presentation challenges many assumptions made by Western theology – it has profound implications for Western systematic […]
The following post was reproduced with permission. A New Jewish View of Jewish-Christian Relations On November 23, 2015, to mark the 50th jubilee of Nostra Aetate, the Chief Rabbi of France, Haim Korsia, presented to the Archbishop of Paris, Cardinal André Vingt-Trois, a declaration on the upcoming jubilee of brotherhood, expressing “A New Jewish View […]