Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels

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The Gospels fit within a Jewish context. Oral traditions, customs, and laws have played a key role in Judaism since ancient times and cannot be dismissed out of hand. Learn how the New Testament provides the oldest written record of many ancient Jewish traditions and customs that are practiced to this day.

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