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The Complete Jewish Bible:
- Follows the Hebrew Bible order of the Tanakh's books the order with which Yeshua (Jesus) was familiar
- Makes no separation between "Old" and "New" Testaments
- Corrects mistranslations in the New Testament resulting from anti-Jewish theological bias
- Offers the original Hebrew names for people, places, and concepts, using easy-to-read English transliterations
- Focuses on Messianic prophecy
- Gives the traditional weekly and holiday synagogue readings, plus relevant readings from the B'rit Hadashah (New Testament)
- Reconnects Christians with their Jewish roots and the Jewish people
- Connects Jews with the Jewishness of Messiah Yeshua and Messianic faith
The complete Jewish Bible shows that the Word of God, from Genesis to Revelation is a unified Jewish book meant for everyone--Jew and non-Jew alike.
1631 pages (including maps & other helps), in hardcover.
Number of Pages: 1626
Vendor: Messianic Jewish Publishers
Publication Date: 1998
Dimensions: 8.75 X 6.0 X 1.5 (inches)
Text Layout: Single Column
|Text Color: Black Letter|
Text Size: 8 Point
Thumb Index: No
Ribbon Marker: No
Page Gilding: None
Page Edges: White
The Jewish New Testament Commentary: A Companion Volume to the Jewish New TestamentDavid H. SternMessianic Jewish Publishers / 1995 / Trade Paperback$24.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 17 Reviews
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The Klavers1 Stars Out Of 5Very Poor Bible with Multiple AgendasJanuary 2, 2018The KlaversQuality: 4Value: 3Meets Expectations: 2There are a number of problems with this Bible. The author is quite obviously unfamiliar with history, biblical languages, and translation.
First, it is more of a paraphrase than an actual translation.
Second, Jesus was not familiar with any order of biblical books; they used scrolls in His day. The first ordered Bible would be the first printed Bible, which was the Gutenberg Bible.
Third, the author makes assumptions and draws conclusions based on assumptions with regard to the word "baptism," rendering every occurrence as "immersion," which is false for numerous reasons. Many of the passages referring to "baptism" are talking about identification. The author destroys these passages by rendering them with "immersion." 1 Cor. 10:2, with baptism into Moses; these people were never "baptized," least of all by water. The ones whom the water touched were the Egyptians, and they were destroyed. The reason why the Greek words were never translated but only transliterated is because anyone who studies them through 600 years of Greek history will find that there is no accurate translation for them; they are used in a wide variety of ways with various meanings. (See James W. Dale's 5-volume works on Baptizo.) If the words had meant "immersion," early translators would have translated them as such.
Fourth, the author apparently believes in annihilationism, as John 3:16 says those who do not believe in Jesus will be "utterly destroyed." Seems he does not believe in Hell.
Fifth, the Word of God is NOT a "Jewish book." It is God's Word. From Genesis to Revelation it is ALL about Christ Jesus. NOT Israel.
Last, there is a difference between being a Jew and being a Hebrew. There is a difference between being a Jew and being an Israelite. Both in Scripture and today. There is no such thing as a "Jewish" Bible or a "Gentile" Bible. God has one Bible that was written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. God has ONE People, and those people consist of BOTH Jews and Gentiles. It is the Church (John 10:16; Rom. 2:28-29; 9:6-8; 11:17-24; Gal. 3; Eph. 2:11-22; 1 Pet. 9-10). Expansion theology--NOT "replacement" theology. The Gentile inclusion was prophesied repeatedly in the Old Testament. It is revealed in the passages listed above. This Bible has several agendas, all of which are false. The author clearly has no grasp on the teachings of Scripture, but wanted to stamp his own OPINION upon the pages of the Bible.
J5 Stars Out Of 5Easy to readDecember 16, 2017JQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Book was easy to read informative and just like the King James version but only worrying is a little different for easy read
Hunter1 Stars Out Of 5Not in the Same Format as the "Jewish New Testament"September 16, 2017HunterQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1Extremely disappointed. Friend lent me her copy of "Jewish New Testament" and I loved it so much I wanted to order my own. I discovered the existence of the "Complete Jewish Bible" and ordered it at once. Boy was I shocked upon receiving the "Complete Jewish Bible"...THE FORMAT WAS CHANGED.
In the "Jewish New Testament" there is a GLOSSARY/KEY on every bottom right hand page for the Hebrew words used on the current and previous page which is very convenient (sometimes there are several Hebrew words per page) BUT.... This was not included in the "Complete Jewish Bible."
This is very noticeable. After reading the "Jewish New Testament," one will be disappointed if not fluent in Hebrew. A "Glossary" is provided in the back, but, one will be constantly flipping to the back of this book. The very thin pages, will not hold up to this constant back and forth--not to mention it is time consuming and interrupts the flow of reading.
It is not my intent to be ugly with this review. I know Dr. Stern worked very hard. However, whoever published this new format should reconsider using the format of the "Jewish New Testament."
Larry1 Stars Out Of 5The Complete Jewish Bible, Bonded Leather BlackSeptember 22, 2016LarryQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1I was excited to find, what I thought, was a Leather edition of this version of the bible. So much so, I paid extra to have my name monogrammed on the front. Upon getting it, I was quite disappointed to find I had received a bible that not only was not a leather covered bible, but that the cover was so thin it even is curling with use. Had I known that was what I was purchasing, I'd have spent far less and just bought a paper backed version.
Debra5 Stars Out Of 5Complete Jewish BibleApril 26, 2016DebraQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I have searched for the best translation, closest to the old testament ,as Yeshua would have read. Closest to the Torah. Then adding the new testament, by that same translation. The lord spoke both Aramaic and Greek. This is an excellent translation, from the Aramaic. Our Lord Yeshua was a Jew. Yet most Christians forget this because our church's have taken the Jew ,from Jesus. This Bible will bring Him to you. I strongly recommend this to those seeking truth and their Messiah!
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Q: Does this Bible give the Hebrew equivalent in it's words? Like, is the Lord's Prayer for example in Hebrew or the English we are all familiar with?
This Bible is not printed in Hebrew text. It gives original Hebrew names for people, places, and concepts in English transliterations and corrects mistranslations in the New Testament resulting from anti-Jewish theological bias.
The Lord's Prayer reads, "Our Father in heaven! May your Name be kept holy. May your Kingdom come, your will be done on earth as in heaven. Give us the food we need today. Forgive us what we have done wrong, as we too have forgiven those who have wronged us. And do not lead us into hard testing, but keep us safe from the Evil One. For kingship, power and glory are yours forever. Amen"