Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels

Judaism and Temple Participation[10]


Jesus did not intend to start a new religion, but he engaged fully in Jewish life. Several examples show Jesus participating and welcomed in the synagogue, which means that he was perceived as an active member of his people and religion. Learn about Jesus as a devout and observant Jew.

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