The Crucified Rabbi: Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity

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Saint John Press, 2009 - Religion - 208 pages
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How does Jesus fulfill over three hundred Old Testament Prophecies? (each listed inside this book) Is Catholicism inherently Anti-Semitic? Do the Hebrew Scriptures accurately predict Jesus of Nazareth as the Messiah? How does Jewish thinking presuppose devotion to Mary? Is the Catholic Church a fulfillment of historic Israel? How do Jewish water rituals relate to Catholic baptism? Is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass a Passover meal? Should the Catholic priesthood conform to the priesthood established by Moses? How has the Jewish Temple influenced traditional Christian architecture? Does the Pope wear a yarmulke? Praise for The Crucified Rabbi "Taylor Marshall helps us to be more Catholic by taking our faith to its most profound depths - its ancient roots in the religion of Israel, the Judaism beloved by the Apostles, the religion of the Temple and Synagogue, the Torah and the sacrifice. Jesus said he came not to abolish that faith but to fulfill it. In this book, we see that fullness down to the smallest details. I treasure this book." Mike Aquilina, author of The Fathers of the Church "Such sparkling insights appear on almost every page, as Taylor Marshall deftly compares various features of Judaism to their Catholic counterparts: the priesthood, vestments, holy days, marriage, and saints, to name but a few. Saint Augustine's dictum, "The New Covenant is in the Old, concealed; the Old Covenant is in the New, revealed" is on full display in The Crucified Rabbi --Cale Clarke, Catholic Insight Magazine "This is a fascinating book full of interesting details. The Crucified Rabbi should be required reading for every student of the Catholic faith." Father Dwight Longenecker, author of Mary: A Catholic/Evangelical Debate
  

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Review: The Crucified Rabbi: Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity

User Review  - Patrick Gruber - Goodreads

This wonderful book explains the Jewish roots of the Catholic Christian religion. It does so with great readability and with great scholarship. It links the OT with the NT and shows in many ways how ... Read full review

Review: The Crucified Rabbi: Judaism and the Origins of Catholic Christianity

User Review  - Ted Leon - Goodreads

Good overview of the numerous types found in the OT and their fulfillment as antitypes in the NT. Excellent biblical support for the Papacy, the Holy Mother as queen mother to the king, liturgy of the ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
11
Rabbi Israel Eugenio Zolli The Catholic Rabbi
20
Jewish Kingdom Catholic Church
41
Jewish Tevilah Catholic Baptism
59
Jewish Passover Catholic Mass
69
Jewish Kohenim Catholic Priests
81
Jewish Vestments Catholic Vestments
101
Jewish Temple Catholic Cathedral
115
Jewish Nazirites Catholic Monastics
131
Jewish Marriage Catholic Marriage
141
Jewish Holy Days Catholic Holy Days
153
Jewish Tzaddikim Catholic Saints
167
Jewish Afterlife Catholic Afterlife
179
Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem
193
Bibliography
203
Index
209

Jewish Synagogue Catholic Parish
125

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About the author (2009)

Taylor Marshall was an Episcopal priest in Fort Worth, Texas before being received with his wife into the Catholic Church by Bishop Kevin Vann of Fort Worth in 2006. He is also the former Assistant Director of the Catholic Information Center in Washington, D.C., located three blocks north of the White House, where he lectured regularly. He served under Archbishop John J. Myers and Msgr. William Stetson for the Pastoral Provision of John Paul II, the canonical structure by which Anglican clergy are received into the Catholic Church and then go on to pursue Holy Orders in the Catholic Church. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University (BA, Philosophy) Westminster Theological Seminary (MAR, Systematic Theology), Nashotah Theological House (Certificate in Anglican Studies), and the University of Dallas (MA, Philosophy). He is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Dallas focusing on the Natural Law theory of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Taylor and his wife Joy live in Dallas, Texas with their five children. Please visit: www.taylormarshall.com

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