- A new translation of the New Testament
that will transform your understanding of the Bible
is this New Testament different from all other New Testaments?
Jewish New Testament expresses its original and essential Jewishness.
The New Testament is a Jewish book - written by Jews, mostly
about Jews, and for Jews as well as Gentiles. Its central figure,
the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) was and is a Jew. Vicarious atonement,
salvation, immersion (baptism), the new covenant and the very
concept of a Messiah are all Jewish. In sum, the New Testament
is built upon and completes the Hebrew Scriptures.
- Freshly rendered from
the Greek into enjoyable modern English by a Messianic Jew (a
Jew who honors Yeshua as the Messiah of Israel), the Jewish New
Testament challenges Jews to understand that Yeshua is a friend
to every Jewish heart and the New Testament is a Jewish book
filled with truths to be accepted and acted upon. At the same
time, while reaffirming the equality of Gentiles and Jews in
the Messianic Community, it challenges Christians to acknowledge
the Jewishness of their faith and their oneness with the Jewish
- This professional production was recorded in Jerusalem.
- by David H. Stern
narrated on either 20 audio CDs, or 2 MP3 CDs, by Jonathan Settel
David H. Stem, Translator
- David H. Stern was born
in Los Angeles in 1935. He earned a Ph.D. in Economics at Princeton
University and after coming to faith in Yeshua the Messiah, received
a Master of Divinity degree front Fuller Theological Seminary
and did graduate work at the University of Judaism. In 1979 he
and his wife, Martha, made aliyah (immigrated to Israel). They
live in Jerusalem and have two children.
Jonathan Settel, Narrator
Jonathan Settel was born in Berlin in 1947 and grew up on the
East Coast of the United States. He uses his expressive voice
to give you a sense of "being there." Having lived
in Israel for many years, his pronunciation of the Hebrew terms
found in this New Testament takes you back to Eretz Yisrael,
the Land of Israel, in the first century.