Introducing Paul Philip Levertoff
Rabbi Joshua Brumbach introduces Paul Philip Levertoff, a Messianic Jewish Luminary from the late 1800s. Learn about Levertoff's upbringing and the legacy he left behind. Vine of David has re-published his work Love And The Messianic Era. Rabbi Brumbach describes this work as a glimpse into how a yeshiva educated Jew would interpret the writings of the New Testament particularly the gospel of John.
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Some sayings and specific words in the Bible are hard to understand. The Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels from Vine of David not only provides access to the profound scholarship and insight of Professor Franz Delitzsch, but it is also a wealth of information into the background of the New Testament.
Testimony of the Jewish Messiah
Chaim Yedidiah Pollak (1854-1916), better known as “Lucky,” published the first edition of his Hebrew journal entitled Edut LeYisra’el (Testimony to Israel) in 1888. A pioneer of Messianic Judaism a century ahead of his time, Lucky used the journal to actively promote a faith in the Messiah firmly rooted in traditional Jewish practice and interpretation.
Traditional interpretations typically denigrate the Temple and attempt to disassociate the believers from any association with it. That’s balderdash. The book of Acts shows us that the Temple was the geographical locus of the Yeshua-movement, and it portrays the first-century believers as a Temple-based sect of Jerusalem Judaism.