Meditations on Judaisms and the Peculiar Case of Yeshu

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  • Published: January 2018
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 160
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781532039232
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I am an idiosyncratic kind of guy, and my published books are idiosyncratic. This particular book (it is my last one) engages the nexus of and between Judaism and Yeshu (the short version of “Yehoshuah”). “Yeshu” would be “Josh” in English, and “Yehoshuah” would parse out as “Joshua” in English. It appears that back then, the ordinary way of referring to Jesus was “Yeshu.” The book attempts to discuss several matters, but two matters hover over everything. The first is to capture the endemic Jewishness of Yeshu. The second is to capture the way Yeshu is portrayed in the gospels (although the Synoptic Gospels are very different from the fourth Gospel). Sadly, the manner by which Yeshu is portrayed in the gospels lends itself to the seeds of anti-Semitism. More than that, over the early Christian centuries, the early fathers of the church (none of which ever met Yeshu in the flesh) orchestrated an agendum, which is largely a falsification of the actual Jew who was crucified.

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