Rabbi Barry Rubin, the general editor of The Complete Jewish Study Bible, has so generously agreed to answer a few of our questions about this revolutionary Bible. However, before we get to those, here is small excerpt in Rabbi Rubin's own words from the introduction of the CJSB: You hold in your hands a book … Continue reading 9 Things You Need to Know about The Complete Jewish Study Bible
by Maggie Swofford, Marketing and Editorial Assistant This week, as I was reading through Matthew 8-15 in The Complete Jewish Study Bible for our Bible book club of Matthew (sign up HERE, if you haven’t already!), I stumbled across a passage and corresponding note that really surprised me and changed my view of these verses. … Continue reading How reading these verses with a Jewish perspective completely changed their meaning for me
For the next four weeks, our office is reading through the book of Matthew (Mattityahu) in The Complete Jewish Study Bible. In case you missed the first post on why we’re doing this, here it is. Here, we offer a few of our own thoughts and reflections on what we’re learning in our Bible book … Continue reading What we’re learning in Matthew 1-7 from The Complete Jewish Study Bible
By Patricia Anders, Editorial Director As I write this, we are currently in the time (September–October) of Sukkot, or the Feast of Tabernacles. It’s something that many Christians may not be aware of (I had never heard of it until I visited Israel in the month of October many years ago). I happen to live … Continue reading God with Us: A Beautiful Reminder from The Complete Jewish Study Bible
Working at a Christian publishing house definitely has its perks. Besides the wonderful feeling that comes with being part of a team that makes books for a living, sometimes certain projects come along that really feel special. The Complete Jewish Study Bible is one of those projects. What is The Complete Jewish Study Bible? It’s … Continue reading Join our Complete Jewish Study Bible reading club and get a FREE e-book!
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Thanks Daniel for your interesting insights!
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