Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels

Using Commentary[15]


Most Christian commentaries on the New Testament approach the text with a filter that assumes discontinuity between Judaism and the message of Yeshua. Learn the importance of using commentaries in study—especially resources that acknowledge the native Jewish context and message of the Gospels.

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