Moses and Jesus: A Conversation Joel Cohen

ISBN: 9780805971606

Published: May 28th 2006

Paperback

108 pages


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Moses and Jesus: A Conversation  by  Joel Cohen

Moses and Jesus: A Conversation by Joel Cohen
May 28th 2006 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 108 pages | ISBN: 9780805971606 | 8.14 Mb

The views of the status of Moses and the status of Jesus in religion today differ. To Christians, Jews and Muslims, Moses is most commonly seen as a prophet and lawgiver, but not a “historical” figure. For each, however, Jesus is seen as a historicalMoreThe views of the status of Moses and the status of Jesus in religion today differ.

To Christians, Jews and Muslims, Moses is most commonly seen as a prophet and lawgiver, but not a “historical” figure. For each, however, Jesus is seen as a historical figure. While to Christians he is the Messiah and Son of God, to Jews and Islam he is not. Moses and Jesus: A Conversation explores these issues and differences.

Author Joel Cohen was inspired to write the book following the publication of his first book, Moses: A Memoir, whose readers raised insightful questions. Presenting a fictional dialogue between Moses and Jesus in Heaven the day after Jesus’ crucifixion, this book proposes to explore the similarities and differences between Judaism and Christianity by taking Scriptural statements as fact. Through this vehicle, Moses and Jesus: A Conversation, Cohen brings to the surface questions raised by believers and non-believers alike.



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