The Messiah And The Jews: Three Thousand Years Of Tradition, Belief And Hope

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  • Publish Date: 2013-02-01
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Rabbi Elaine Rose Glickman

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A comprehensive, inspiring and fascinating discovery of what Jews believe about the Messiahand why you might believe in the Messiah, too.

The conviction that the Messiah is coming is a promise of meaning. It is a source of consolation. It is a wellspring of creativity. It is a reconciliation between what is and what should be. And it is perhaps our most powerful statement of faithin God, in humanity and in ourselves.
from Chapter 1, The Messiah Is Coming!

The coming of the Messiahthe promise of redemptionis among Judaism's gifts to the world. But it is a gift about which the world knows so little. It has been overshadowed by Christian belief and teaching, and as a result its Jewish significance has been all but lost. To further complicate matters, Jewish messianic teaching is enthralling, compelling, challenging, exhilaratingyet, up until now, woefully inaccessible. This book will change that.

Rabbi Elaine Rose Glickman brings together, and to life, this three-thousand-year-old tradition as never before. Rather than simply reviewing the vast body of Jewish messianic literature, she explores an astonishing range of primary and secondary sources, explaining in an informative yet inspirational way these teachings' significance for Jews of the pastand infuses them with new meaning for the modern reader, both Jewish and non-Jewish.

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