5 edition of Jewish messiahs found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-285) and indexes.
|LC Classifications||BM615 .L39 1998|
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|Pagination||viii, 297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||97029980|
Another Jewish tradition explains the two contrasting portraits of Messiah like this: "If the people of Israel will be righteous, the Messiah will come in the clouds of Heaven. If they will not be righteous, he will come as a poor man riding upon an ass" (Sanhedrin 98a). Jewish people also believe the Scriptures speak about a Messiah. Their interpretation of messianic prophecy differs significantly. As believers in Jesus, I believe it is important for us to know why the Jewish people believe Jesus did not accomplish everything the Messiah promised to do.
(PUBOxford University)'This welcome volume reviews Jewish messiahs and messianic movements from the Bible to Lubavitcher Rebbe. Generous extracts from original sources are provided. Lenowitz has synthesized many such texts, making this the standard English-language handbook on the subject,'Religious Studies Review. pages, softcover. The Jewish Messiahs () by Harris Pages: Messiahs were not exclusively Jewish: the Book of Isaiah refers to Cyrus the Great, king of the Achaemenid Empire, as a messiah for his decree to rebuild the Jerusalem Temple.
But how would you explain Christianity and the notion of Jesus as a messianic figure gaining a foothold among in various Gentile communities in the 1st and 2nd centuries considering: 1. the Gentiles did not have a cultural concept of a Messiah (Jewish or otherwise); and 2. As you read this book, you'll be amazed at just how Jewish Yeshua really was! This is not just another book about a messiah, but a thought provoking, fun to read journey into the world and culture of the Bible that will change how you think and affirm the historical basis for faith in Yeshua, the Jewish Messiah.
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The Jewish Messiahs is a wonderfully informative book packed into one volume. Though, not light reading. One can pick it up and start anywhere and be drawn in. The level of research and care is very deep and should be a addition to any Jewish library or those interested in a subject beyond that of by: Overview In this book, Harris Lenowitz explores the fascinating history of Jewish messianic movements.
Looking in detail at all of the Jewish messiahs about whom anything is known, he introduces each of these figures in turn, and offers extensive excerpts of the Price: $ The Jewish Messiah book.
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In Judaism, "messiah" originally meant a divinely appointed king, such as David, Cyrus the Great or Alexander the Great. Later, especially after the failure of the Hasmonean Kingdom (37 BC) and the Jewish–Roman wars (AD 66–), the figure of the Jewish messiah was one who would deliver the Jews from oppression and usher in an Olam Haba ("world to come") or Messianic Age.
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The pseudo-Messiah himself disappeared (Socrates, "Historia Ecclesiastica," vii. 38; Grätz, "Gesch." 3d ed., iv. The pseudo-Messiahs that followed played their rôles in the Orient, and were at the same time religious reformers whose work influenced Karaism.
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The Book of Isaiah is perhaps the most expressive and literary work of the prophets. Isaiah’s book, according to Jewish tradition written some 2. In this book, Harris Lenowitz explores the fascinating history of Jewish messianic movements.
Looking in detail at all of the Jewish messiahs about whom anything is known, he introduces each of these figures in turn, and offers extensive excerpts of the original texts that tell their stories. The messiahs whom we meet in these pages range from the inspiring to the tragic and bizarre.
VanderKam further notes that a variety of titles are being used for the Messiah (s) in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Messiah - the Damascus Document, the Rule of the Congregation, the Commentary on Genesis, 4Q (Messianic Apocalypse), Righteous One Chosen One.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Fifty Jewish Messiahs by Jerry Rabow at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : Jerry Rabow. The seventh-century CE Hebrew work Sefer Zerubbabel (Book of Zerubbabel), composed during the period of conflict between Persia and the Byzantine Empire for control over Palestine, is the first full-fledged messianic narrative in Jewish literature.
Early life and education. Sabbatai Zevi was born in the Ottoman city of Smyrna, supposedly on Tisha B'Avthe holy day of mourning.
His name literally means the planet Saturn, and in Jewish tradition "The reign of Sabbatai", the highest planet, was often linked to the advent of the Messiah.
Zevi's family were Romaniote Jews from Patras; his father, Mordecai, was a poultry dealer in the Morea. In this book, Harris Lenowitz explores the extraordinary history of Jewish messianic movements.
Looking in detail at all of the Jewish messiahs about whom anything is known, he introduces each figure through extensive excerpts of the original texts that tell their stories.Explores the history of Jewish messianism, looking at all the Jewish messiahs about whom anything is known, introducing each of these in turn and offering excerpts of the original texts that tell By examining the messianic idea in the tradition which gave rise to it, Lenowitz sheds light on this aspect of Jewish.
Discover similarities and differences that challenge both the Jewish and Christian cultures as they struggle to engage in a more open discussion of Scripture. Join author Kevin Williams as he explores the Jewish expectation of two Messiahs.