Jesus the Jew
A six session study booklet which enables Christians to renew their relationship with Jesus, and to appreciate Jesus in his own context rather than reconstructing him in their own image. Also available as an eBook from £3.99.
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Author: David Spriggs, James Crossley
Dimensions: 210 x 133 x 5 mm
Published date: 17 April 2013
Do we really know Jesus? Do we understand his world? Do we remember that he was a Jew?
Seeing Jesus more clearly can transform us. Using this six-session study guide will:
- surprise and sharpen our image of Jesus
- shed glimmers of new light on the one at the heart of our faith.
- social challenges – Jesus’ views on money, wealth, marriage and divorce
- identity issues – who the public, the disciples and Jesus himself thought he was
- spiritual resources – how prayer worked for Jesus, and can work for us. In this study guide, Bible Society has teamed up with the Biblical Studies Department of Sheffield University to bring the best of recent understandings of how Jesus was rooted in his own culture to deepen and enrich our vision of Jesus today.
- A small study book intended for use by churches in home or study groups
- Divided into six study units which include contemporary social categories
- Each study unit contains an introduction, an opening activity, a Bible encounter, suggestions for reflection and resources for further study
- Study sessions based on relevant contemporary biblical research.
'This guide will lead us into understanding Jesus in his original setting. It does so competently, clearly and creatively and is a gift for any group who wants to really understand Jesus.' Derek Tidball, Visiting Scholar at Spurgeon's College, London.
'This valuable course will help Bible study groups to enter the world of Jesus the Jew and by doing so to see the gospels with fresh eyes.' Paula Gooder. Writer and Lecturer in Biblical Studies.