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I read three chapters, hoping to get some insight on Jewish religion, but the rabbi is so biased he can't help but misinterpret the New Testament. Stopped reading at chapter 3.

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Great Book
Great book. If we look at it from a no bias point of view but with a wider open mind rabbinical view, the book is outstanding. Jesus under Halakha was a Rabbi and not a demi-god as the
ancient greco-romans of its time portrayed him. A Torah keeper, a Pharisee from the school of Hillel and a great hero of its time. A mean, every word that he spoke was already been spoken and written by the elder Rabbis prior to him and noted in the Talmud. As Albert Einstein said in an interview: No man,” Einstein replied, “can deny the fact that Jesus existed, nor that his sayings are beautiful. Even if some them have been said before, no one has expressed them so divinely as he.” I believe that this book will help Christians understand that Jesus was a Jew and not a god. It is very difficult and not to say impossible to understand Jesus if you are do not have a Talmudic background of that time. I give one example. In the NT says that Jesus woke up early and did his morning prayers. That is called Shacharit, which consist of putting on your Tefillin (phylacteries). Genesis 22:3 states, "Abraham arose early in the morning," which traditionally is the first Shacharit. In a synagogue 

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