Book explores bridging of Jewish/Christian divide

“The Jewish people and Jesus: Is it time for reconciliation?” January 19, 2011.

A new book develops a case for reconciliation between the Jewish people and Jesus. In his debut book, The Jewish People and Jesus, author Joseph Butta invites both modern-day Jews and non-Jews to make informed decisions, free of rabbinical commentary, by engaging in a practical format that answers questions. The book provides traditional Jewish “objections” against accepting the New Covenant, followed by a response providing an answer for those traditional objections. With carefully mapped-out arguments that become a series of connections, the book portrays traditional Jewish objections in a form that ultimately lets the reader decide how they feel about reconciliation.

“I wrote the book in a connect-the-dot, logical fashion,” says Butta. “Ultimately the reader is encouraged to make a decision, which could be the most important decision they ever make.”

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