This momentous volume was originally published by Rabbi Tzivi Nassi (Hirsch Prinz) nearly a century and a half ago in 1863. Rabbi Tzivi Nassi was born in Breslau, Silesia (in present day Poland), on... More > August 11, 1800, the youngest of six children he was the son of an Orthodox Rabbi. Though orphaned at the age of fourteen, he chose to follow in his father’s footsteps becoming an Orthodox Rabbi. In 1824 he published Predigten fur fromme Israeliten (“Sermons for Pious Israelites”). At about this same time he came to the conclusion that Yeshua was the Messiah and began teaching from the “New Testament” to his congregation. He soon found himself subject to much persecution. He eventually left the synagogue, and having nowhere else to go, he went over to Christianity and became a Lecturer in Hebrew at Oxford University.
This edition includes a forward and appendix by James Scott Trimm< Less
This booklet is made available as a public service in printed form at our printing cost and can be downloaded for free. An account of the ancient Sect of the Nazarenes, the original followers of... More > Yeshua as the Messiah.< Less