Levine, Amy-Jill

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The Bible with and Without Jesus: How Jews and Christians Read the Same Stories Differently

Previously, Levine and Brettler have provided support for the idea that Christians and Jews should view the New Testament as Jewish literature. Here, they go a step further to argue that the scriptures that some call the Old Testament and others the Tanakh owe their meanings to the communities in which their interpretations have developed, effectively showing how the separate interpretations may never converge, but the integrity of each can be appreciated.
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Short Stories by Jesus: The Enigmatic Parables of a Controversial Rabbi

Well crafted and ably supported, Levine's touching and scholarly readings of the possibilities should be fodder for rich discussion in church groups and also deserve a place on library shelves.
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