Twelve new leaders for twelve old tribes (John 13:1-20) 1 Now before the Feast of the Passover, when Jesus knew that his hour had come to depart out of this world to the Father, having loved his own who were in the world, he loved them to the end. For better viewing click HERE. After
“Pilate also had an inscription written and put on the cross. It read, Jesus the Nazarene, the King of the Jews. Many of the Jews read this inscription, because the place where Jesus was crucified was near the city; and it was written in Hebrew, in Latin, and in Greek.” (John 19:19-20
Most students of Christianity are ignorant of Jewish Studies, while students of classical Judaism are generally clueless of their Christian counterpart. Yet neither can be properly understood when considered only apart. This study group, therefore, is a rare find.
Prof. Ishay Rosen-Zvi , Professor of Talmudic Literature, Tel Aviv University
This is a wonderful blog. It is accurate with respect to the Jewish Studies and sympathetic both to self-identified Jews and Christians. I highly recommend it.
Prof. Daniel Boyarin, Professor of Talmudic Culture, University of California at Berkeley
Dr. Lizorkin-Eyzenberg is impressive research scholar… Students find him very helpful and admire his teaching skills and knowledge.
Prof. James H. Charlesworth, Professor of New Testament Language and Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary
The questions raised in “Jewish Studies for Christians”, the constant updating and the continuing debate open up new vistas and constitute a stimulating breath of fresh air.
Rev. Dr. David Neuhaus. S.J., Latin Patriarchal Vicar, Catholic Church of the Holy Land
Jewish Studies for Christians makes possible the kind of biblical and theological engagement necessary for both scholars and students of different persuasions to gain new and vital perspectives.
Dr. Randall Price , Director of Center for Judaic Studies, Liberty University
Dr. Lizorkin-Eyzenberg's blog is an impressive resource for all who are interested in early Judaism, including the Jesus movement, as well as the beginnings of Christianity.
Dr. Anders Runesson, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, McMaster University
There are tools that are needed to mine the depths of the biblical texts. There are also many perspectives that enrich our study, like the perspective of first century Judaism. This site is one of those rare resources that provides both tools and perspective for the serious student of Scripture.
Dr. Allen Mawhinney, A Retired Academic Dean, Reformed Theological Seminary
This particular study group is of great benefit in researching the challenging linguistic, religious and cultural background to the gospel of John.
Dr. Jim DeFrancisco, Lecturer in Religion, St. Elias Orthodox Theological Seminary
Dr. Lizorkin-Eyzenberg is a remarkably competent exegete and theologian. His "Jewish Studies for Christians" blog is always insightful, interesting and instructive.
Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., Professor of Systematic Theology, Westminster Classical College
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Dr. Denis O'Callaghan, Scholar-in-Residence, Scripture Institute
The author of this blog is a brilliant researcher. I supervised his dissertation in the history of Jewish-Christian polemic. He is fully prepared for this challenging task.
Prof. Johann Cook, Professor of Ancient Studies, Stellenbosch University
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