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By Paul Morris / Paternoster / 2013
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Jewish Themes in the New Testament examines the New Testament’s teachings about the Jewish people in the era of the New Covenant. The core of that teaching is an affirmation of God’s continued faithfulness to them. In a day when opinions regarding the Jewish people are increasingly polarized—as some stress their position center-stage and others consign them to the dustbin of history—Paul Morris seeks to demonstrate from the New Testament that both extremes are wrong. This unique book considers the theological issues, but it is concerned for much more; it is about Jewish people and the Jews as a people, as the New Testament sees them.
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Paul Morris has given us a robust introduction to a christian “theology of Israel.” He underscores the ongoing place of Israel in the plan (and the heart!) of God while simultaneously exploring the many facets of the Jewish response(s) to the gospel. Plunge in and you will surely sharpen your own thinking about Israel and the gospel!
—Richard A. Robinson, senior researcher, Jews for Jesus, San Francisco, CA
Paul Morris is an evangelist who works for Christian Witness to Israel (CWI), a UK-based interdenominational evangelistic society committed to sharing the good news of Jesus the Messiah with the Jewish people.