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Jesus in modern Jewish literature

Red Cavalry
For SR, Yeshea (Rabbi Jesus) was a life-long presence. He was a father-substitute without the authoritarian demands, allowing “Mishillim” (Roth’s Hebrew name, used when contemplating his spiritual existence) to live in “his own sweet [sensual] state of chaos.” In My Friend Yeshea, for example, Yeshea gave Mishillim, as his companion on the final  Read More 
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