Bibliography

This page will be updated as I get further into the topic. I will post the main, most important sources. For other references, see the respective posts.
Disclaimer: I do not necessarily agree with everything said in these resources or by these authors. On the other hand, what I do quote in my posts is carefully double-checked.

Written resources

The following books have been inspiring during the research for this blog:

  • Amy-Jill Levine; The Jewish Annotated New Testament, Oxford University Press (On Amazon.com)
  • Baltes, Guido; Sept. 2013; Jesus, der Jude, und die Missverständnisse der Christen; Publisher: Francke-Buchhandlung (On Amazon Germany)
  • Lapide, Pinchas; 1980; Er predigte in ihren Synagogen. Jüdische Evangelienauslegung; Publisher: Gütersloher Verlagshaus (On Amazon Germany)
  • Lamb, David T.; April 2011; God Behaving Badly: Is the God of the Old Testament Angry, Sexist and Racist?; Publisher: IVP Books (On Amazon.com, Amazon Germany)

El Shaddai Ministries, founded by Pastor Mark Biltz, have a huge archive of their services freely available online.

The following webpages are mostly related to the temple service, and plans for the next temple in Jerusalem:

  • The re-established Jewish Sanhedrin Council. The Sanhedrin is the name given in the Mishna to the council of seventy-one Jewish sages who constituted the supreme court and legislative body in Judea during the Roman period.
  • The Temple Institute, founded in 1987. The Institute is dedicated to every aspect of the Biblical commandment to build the Holy Temple of God on Mount Moriah in Jerusalem.
  • A tour of the temple
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