Our father Abraham : Jewish roots of the Christian faith / Marvin Wilson. [print]

By: Wilson, Marvin R, 1935- [author]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, (c)2021Edition: second editionDescription: xxiii, 443 pages : 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780802877338; 0802877338Other title: Our father AbrahamSubject(s): Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity | Christianity and other religions -- Judaism | Christianity -- OriginGenre/Form: Biography LOC classification: BM535.W557.F384 2021COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://ciu.libwizard.com/f/copyright-requests
Contents:
PART 1: A NEW PEOPLE: ABRAHAM'S SPIRITUAL CHILDREN The root and branches ; Gentiles, Jews, and Jewish heritage ;
PART 2: CHURCH AND SYNAGOGUE IN THE LIGHT OF HISTORY The earliest church and Judaism ; Theological conflict and persecution ; "Heretics" and the synagogue ; The Jewish revolts and the parting of the way ; A history of contempt: anti-Semitism and the church ;
PART 3: UNDERSTANDING HEBREW THOUGHT The Old Testament: Hebraic foundation of the church ; The contour of Hebrew thought ; Where the church went wrong ;
PART 4: JEWISH HERITAGE AND THE CHURCH: SELECTED STUDIES Marriage and the family through Hebrew eyes ; Passover and Last Supper ; Jews, Christians, and the land ; A life of learning: the heart of Jewish heritage ;
PART 5: TOWARD RESTORING JEWISH ROOTS If not now...when?
PART 6: IN RETROSPECT: REFLECTIONS ON CHRISTIAN-JEWISH RELATIONS FROM AUSCHWITZ TO THE PRESENT The Holocaust and Christian - Jewish relations ; My story: the odyssey and reflections of an evangelical in interfaith dialogue.
Summary: "Although the roots of Christianity run deep into Hebrew soil, many Christians remain regrettably uninformed about the rich Jewish heritage of the church. Our Father Abraham delineates the vital link between Judaism and Christianity, exemplified by the common ancestry of the two faiths traceable back to Abraham. Marvin Wilson calls Christians to reexamine their Semitic heritage to regain a more authentically biblical understanding of what they believe and practice." "The second edition of Our Father Abraham features a new preface, an expanded bibliography of recent relevant works, and two new chapters: one that discusses Jewish-Christian relations after the Holocaust and another that reflects on Wilson’s own fifty-plus-year career as an evangelical Christian deeply committed to interfaith dialogue. As Christians and Jews feel a growing need for mutual support in an increasingly secular Western world, Wilson’s widely acclaimed book will offer encouragement and wise guidance toward this worthy end." AMAZON https://www.amazon.com/Our-Father-Abraham-Jewish-Christian/dp/0802877338/ref=sr_1_2?crid=PV4BNX6085GR&dchild=1&keywords=our+father+abraham+jewish+roots+of+the+christian+faith&qid=1628102507&sprefix=our+father+abrah%2Caps%2C159&sr=8-2
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Includes bibliographies and index.

PART 1: A NEW PEOPLE: ABRAHAM'S SPIRITUAL CHILDREN The root and branches ; Gentiles, Jews, and Jewish heritage ;

PART 2: CHURCH AND SYNAGOGUE IN THE LIGHT OF HISTORY The earliest church and Judaism ; Theological conflict and persecution ; "Heretics" and the synagogue ; The Jewish revolts and the parting of the way ; A history of contempt: anti-Semitism and the church ;

PART 3: UNDERSTANDING HEBREW THOUGHT The Old Testament: Hebraic foundation of the church ; The contour of Hebrew thought ; Where the church went wrong ;

PART 4: JEWISH HERITAGE AND THE CHURCH: SELECTED STUDIES Marriage and the family through Hebrew eyes ; Passover and Last Supper ; Jews, Christians, and the land ; A life of learning: the heart of Jewish heritage ;

PART 5: TOWARD RESTORING JEWISH ROOTS If not now...when?

PART 6: IN RETROSPECT: REFLECTIONS ON CHRISTIAN-JEWISH RELATIONS FROM AUSCHWITZ TO THE PRESENT The Holocaust and Christian - Jewish relations ; My story: the odyssey and reflections of an evangelical in interfaith dialogue.

"Although the roots of Christianity run deep into Hebrew soil, many Christians remain regrettably uninformed about the rich Jewish heritage of the church. Our Father Abraham delineates the vital link between Judaism and Christianity, exemplified by the common ancestry of the two faiths traceable back to Abraham. Marvin Wilson calls Christians to reexamine their Semitic heritage to regain a more authentically biblical understanding of what they believe and practice."
"The second edition of Our Father Abraham features a new preface, an expanded bibliography of recent relevant works, and two new chapters: one that discusses Jewish-Christian relations after the Holocaust and another that reflects on Wilson’s own fifty-plus-year career as an evangelical Christian deeply committed to interfaith dialogue. As Christians and Jews feel a growing need for mutual support in an increasingly secular Western world, Wilson’s widely acclaimed book will offer encouragement and wise guidance toward this worthy end."
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