“The answer to this question is not what most people think,” Prof. Eyal Regev told Israel Today in an exclusive interview. “It is no coincidence that we find Jesus in the Temple on Hanukkah. The writers of the New Testament had to emphasize that Jesus was active in the Temple in order to secure their own Jewish identity and make sure that the people understood that Jesus was part of Judaism. That is why we not only find Jesus in the Temple, but the ceremonial sacrifices, traditions and practices are mentioned on almost every page of the New Testament.” Didn’t…
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