NT390 Jesus as Rabbi: The Jewish Context of the Life of Jesus

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Explore the words of Jesus through the context of His conversations with other Jews. From the role of ancient rabbis and rabbinic literature to portrayals of Jesus in the Talmud, Dr. Instone-Brewer reveals how Jesus’ teachings were influenced by His Jewish life. We see Jesus attending the Jewish festivals, interacting with the Jewish leaders and laypeople and teaching them about the Father that He came from, was representing, and was going back to.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

1m

The Rabbis

Diversity in Judaism

Diversity in Judaism

1m

Rabbinic Literature

What Is Rabbinic Literature?

What Is Rabbinic Literature?

3m

Jesus in the Talmud

Printing and Censorship

Printing and Censorship

3m

Jesus’ Halakic Teaching

Comparing the Teaching of Jesus and the Rabbis

Comparing the Teaching of Jesus and the Rabbis

4m

Jesus’ Commandments

The Law and Layers of Tradition

The Law and Layers of Tradition

4m

Jesus’ Haggadic Teaching

First-Century Sermons

First-Century Sermons

6m

Jesus’ Jewish Prayers

The Value of Studying Prayers

The Value of Studying Prayers

3m

Sin and Salvation

Is Sin Important?

Is Sin Important?

6m

Jesus’ Miracles & Exorcisms

Healings and Miracles in the Ancient World

Healings and Miracles in the Ancient World

2m

Jesus’ Festival Visits

Festivals in First-Century Judaism

Festivals in First-Century Judaism

5m

Conclusion

Summary of the Course

Summary of the Course

1m