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  • Author:
    Alfred Edersheim
  • ISBN:
    1565638220
  • ISBN13:
    978-1565638228
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  • Publisher:
    Hendrickson Pub; 1st edition (June 1, 1992)
  • Pages:
    1136 pages
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    Bible Study & Reference
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Alfred Edersheim (7 March 1825 – 16 March 1889) was a Jewish convert to Christianity and a Biblical scholar known especially for his book The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah (1883). Edersheim was born in Vienna of Jewish parents of culture and wealth. English was spoken in their home, and he became fluent at an early age. He was educated at a local gymnasium and also in the Talmud and Torah at a Hebrew school, and in 1841 he entered the University of Vienna

Alfred Edersheim (1825 89) was a Vienna-born biblical scholar who converted from Judaism to Christianity.

Alfred Edersheim (1825 89) was a Vienna-born biblical scholar who converted from Judaism to Christianity. A veteran minister and missionary to the Jews of Romania, Edersheim left an enduring and priceless legacy to followers of Christ.

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For information on Jesus the Messiah, written by Alfred Edersheim (Oxford), see The Life and . Consult the books by Professor John Burgon (Oxfod). In his Trilogy of books on the subject of the Greek Manuscripts of the New Testament and Textual Criticism.

For information on Jesus the Messiah, written by Alfred Edersheim (Oxford), see The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah. This trilogy of books by noted Scholar . Burgon are: 1) The traditional text of the Holy Gospels.

From Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem, to His death, resurrection, and ascension into heaven-Edersheim reports the stages of Jesus’ life in exceptional detail, bringing animation and color into a set of stories that may seem distant to readers today.

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Chapter 37. edersheim lifetimes of jesus vol2. LIFE AND TIMES OF JESUS THE MESSIAH By Alfred Edersheim 1883. Epiphanes) had forbidden their religion, sought to destroy their sacred books, with unsparing ferocity forced on them conformity to heathen rites, desecrated the Temple by dedicating it to Zeus Olympios, what is translated by 'shewbread. a constant sacrificial and even reared a heathen altar upon that of burnt-offering.

by Alfred Edersheim is a . 33-page work about the society, culture and the political and religious environment Jesus. By consulting both Rabbinic Law and Talmudic writings, Edersheim paints a vivid picture of the various locations where Jesus would have walked, prayed, and preached.

The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah by Alfred Edersheim is a . Not only does Edersheim provide useful geographical and political clarifications, but he also offers insight into the emotional and psychological experiences of individual Biblical characters as well. The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah.

One of the best known and most important references on the life of Christ ever written, Alfred Edersheim's "The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah" is a storehouse of information on the background of the New Testament. This classic work successfully portrays the streets, the marketplaces, the religious conflicts, the people, and the places of Jesus' earthly ministry.

Edersheim divides his work into five sections, or books: - Book 1--"The Preparation for the Gospel"Introductory historical, religious, political, and cultural material based on the author's extensive knowledge of Jewish lore and customs.- Book 2--"From Bethlehem to Jordan"The background of Herod and his reign, St. John the Baptist and his message, and the birth and baptism of Jesus.- Book 3--"From Jordan to the Mount of Transfiguration"Thirty-seven chapters explore the miracles and teachings of Jesus' early ministry.- Book 4--"The Descent into the Valley of Humiliation"A history of the latter part of Jesus' ministry from the Transfiguration to the journey to Jerusalem.- Book 5--"The Cross and the Crown"A chronicle of each day of Passion Week, from Palm Sunday to the Resurrection.- AppendicesValuable background material on Jewish history, tradition, and law


Blackseeker
This book is quite an undertaking to read. I am 30 Percent through at the moment. The value in this study is to learn the culture, geographic, political, and tradition setting of the Jews in Jerusalem during the time Jesus Christ lived in that area. It sheds light on many encounters he had with both the common people and the Jewish religious leaders of the day. A good deal of the book deals with the physical geography of Israel and records the sight and sounds Christ would have encountered on his walk from Galilee to Jerusalem, for example. I recommend it for any serious student of scripture.
Ubrise
Incredible!!! When did Jesus know He is the Son of God? What did He know, when and how!!!!!!! This book has credible answers to questions we have wondered about all our Christian lives.
When Jesus was baptized the Holy Spirit came and the Father said, "This is My Son in Whom I am well pleased!" This was the full revelation TO JESUS and the Confirmation!!!! I haven't gotten to that part of the book but I can see it clearly even now.
Also marvelous things such as: The flocks of sheep had to be kept in the wilderness and never allowed near a town except for one flock. That flock was the ONE SET APART FOR SACRIFICE and it was kept in Bethlehem!
The shepherds who tended it were considered banned from Temple worship by the priests because they of necessity couldn't keep the Law and these are the very ones to whom the First Advent was announced!!!!
David Lee has in his review pointed out that Edersheim used some "higher criticism" in developing this book, so be forewarned.
The first part of the book is incredibly rough to read and if you find it unbearable just go to another chapter. It is so very worthwhile.
Use a highlighter as you read it! You will want to find the treasures again!
Agalas
This is a rather famous reference book, NOT a "story of Jesus" per se. It was recommended to me by an acquaintance and since the price was only $0.99 on Amazon Kindle for such a huge book, I bought it. As far as a book goes, it's been a tough one to read, and I often recalled the adage "you get what you pay for".

The book seems to be missing sentences here and there but makes up for it by repeating whole paragraphs almost randomly. ;) I don't know what happened to the electronification of this book but something failed. Maybe more importantly, being a reference book, the reader will miss out if he can't readily refer to citations and definitions. There are a metric ton of abbreviations in every chapter, and I found myself skimming over portions because they were made unwieldy to read.

What I'm looking forward to, assuming I can or will continue the struggle of reading this enormously dry but informative, scholarly book, is the deeper understanding of how ancient Jewish culture shaped the philosophy and life of Christ Jesus.
Tekasa
This is not an easy read. It was originally written in 1883, and although I have the 1993 updated version, it is still in old English. Aside from that, this book is an amazing book. Albert Edersheim has not only covers the life of Jesus, but the background information throughout the book gives you such a deeper understanding of why Jesus did and said some of the things He did. I have tried to read it cover to cover and didn't finish. But I have gone to it many times for information as I prepare for various bible studies. It is a must for anyone who desires to know more about Jesus.
Lightwind
Edersheim is one of the best and most interesting commentators there is. His Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah was a classic for over a 150 years............no one like this guy. If you want to read the Jewish historical, political, religious, social backgrounds of the period when the Lord lived and ministered..., then Edershiem's Life and Times is the book for you. His commentary on the Gospels is insightful, interesting, though provoking!! I read this book some 40 years ago and it is a book I still return to...........like visiting with a great Bible teacher of the past whose work and words creates a "shaping vision" that guides you throughout your life ..........a great Jewish brother in the Lord and wonderful scholar.............
Malakelv
This is a great resource for the both the serious Bible student and casual reader. Although a bit dated (written in 1883) it is still excellent.
Jwalextell
I purchased "The Life and Times of Jesus The Messiah" because I kept seeing it cited over and over again during a nine month study of Revelation. After reading it...I understand why it is quoted by so many Theologians. First off, let me warn you that it is over 1,000 pages and a very difficult read if one is to read it cover to cover as I did. The details about the land and culture Christ lived in is like no other book I have studied. The book covers the life of Jesus from birth to ascension with as precise a timeline as I have ever seen, When the timeline is in doubt then alternative theories are offered up or if a date or town is unsure a greatly appreciated "only God knows" gave the author, Alfred Edersheim, credibility. Like I said...it is a tough read but it is, at the same time, one fantastic reference book tracing our Saviors walk on earth.
This is the best book ever written by man! I love the reverent, loving and scholarly way this was written. Everyone should read this wonderful book! The author paints a full picture of the area and times of Jesus with wonderful insight and psychology of human behavior of the people in the stories. I feel like I am living among them as i read.