The first and foremost recommendation must be the Bible. Therefore, I recommend Mr. Stern's translation. Includes Hebraic names and has a very Jewish perspective. David H. Stern, Ph.D. is an American-born Messianic Jewish theologian and lives in Israeli.
Bivin's first book on this subject. David N. Bivin is a biblical scholar, member of the Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research. This book will challenge you in understand the Hebraic background of many of the NT's idioms used in the Fist Century.
In his first book, "Betrayed," Mr. Telchin's deals with his struggle to accept Yeshua as his Messiah. In this second book, he details the struggle of a Jewish believer in understanding the Christian world and retaining his Jewish identity.
The title says it all. A must read.
I wish I had read this book before I read any other commentary. It demonstrates that every OT commandment is a reflection on God's character, even though we cannot observe most of these commandments, their principle is as valid today as when they were given.
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