January 30, 2011 by staff
Halo Corporation, A new book develops a case of reconciliation between the Jewish people and Jesus. In his first book The Jewish People and Jesus, the author Joseph Butta invites the modern Jews and non-Jews to make informed decisions without rabbinical commentary, engaging in a practical format that answers questions.
The book provides traditional Jewish “objections” against the acceptance of the New Covenant, followed by a response to respond to these traditional objections. With arguments carefully mapped-out who became a series of connections, the book depicts traditional Jewish objections in a form that finally allows the reader to decide what they think of reconciliation.
“I wrote this book in a connect-the-point, logically,” Butta said. “Ultimately the reader is invited to make a decision, which could be the most important decision they’ve ever done.”
To logic and common sense and deal with controversial issues of faith, questions of where in the Butta Tenakh / Old Testament rabbis were given the power to tell the Jews that their acceptance of Yeshua denied their Jewishness.
Butta also alludes to the biblical ignorance among people who call themselves Christians. Introducing Christian perspective traditional Jewish, The Jewish People and Jesus highlights the importance of understanding the Christian anti-Semitism and the corner of 2000 years it has helped train between Christians and Jews.
“Talking about these issues face to face can lead to verbal conflict,” Butta said. “This book allows both perspectives to the surface and the reader to decide, without conflict.”
About the author: Joseph Butta is an independentanlyst with a background in Middle Eastern studies, including the three monotheistic religions that began in this region. It offers information sessions for local audiences, federal and foreign to the United States and Europe. He worked for the HALO Society as a presenter of the course and provides threatanlysis to support personnel security operations.
Butta holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Towson University. He is a member of the Institute of Jewish Studies and Christian plays in the Little Italy Bocce League. He and his family live in Maryland. It is his first book.
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