Yeshua Volume 4: The Life of Messiah From A Messianic Jewish Perspective
by Arnold Fruchtenbaum
IT IS FINISHED.
Tetelestai. The Gospels record that this was the last word Yeshua spoke from the cross. When the Messiah uttered it, He proclaimed that He had accomplished what He came for: He had paid the debt mankind owed God the Father – the debt of sin.
No single event in human history has received more scrutiny than the suffering and crucifixion of Yeshua. In the fourth volume of this work, Dr. Fruchtenbaum meticulously analyzes Messiah’s final days, beginning with His arrest and culminating in His ascension. As he did in the previous volumes, the author places the events in chronological order. The basis of this order is the Gospel accounts themselves and what is known about first-century Jewish culture through historical and rabbinical records. The work also includes a collection of sequels from the books of Acts and Hebrews, and other relevant writings. Additionally, this volume contains an epilogue which surveys the history of the Messianic movement, thus concluding this comprehensive work on the life of Messiah from a Jewish perspective.
Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum holds a B.A. degree from Cedarville University in Hebrew and Hellenistics, a Th.M. degree in Hebrew and Old Testament Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary, and received his Ph.D. from New York University with the completion of his dissertation, Israelology: The Missing Link in Systematic Theology. He is the founding director of Ariel Ministries and a much respected biblical authority in evangelical and messianic circles.