Torah from a New
The resurgence of Jewish belief in Messiah Yeshua in the Twentieth Century has created the need for a fresh look at God's law applied with New Covenant principles and the Holy Spirit's interpretation, and taking into account historic Rabbinical interpretations as well.
This book seeks to fulfill that need by codifying and commenting on God's mitzvot wherever they may be found in the Torah, the Nev'im, the Ketuvim, while cross-referencing to the Besorah (Gospels) and the Apostolic Writings.
- The first comprehensive work of its kind!
- Evaluates the 613 Mitzvot in the Torah and considers their application in the New Covenant
- Detailed Table of Contents Categorized by Theme and Individual Topics
- Introductions by Daniel Juster and Michael Rudolph
- Exhaustive Subject Index
- Thirteen Cross Referencing Appendixes including Scripture Index and Maimonides Mitzvah Index
What Readers Are Saying About
The Law of Messiah
This two-volume set is the culmination of over twenty years of careful study of the Taryag Mitzvot (613 commandments) and prayerful consideration about how to apply them in our day in the power of the Spirit. I use it as a required text in my class on Jewish Practices in Messianic Context at The King’s University, and the students always say they learn a lot from its rich and practical content. I highly recommend it!
David Rudolph, PhD
Director of Messianic Jewish Studies
The King’s University
Rabbi Michael Rudolph’s book is an invaluable resource for one seeking to live out a life of Torah within the New Covenant. His commentary is clear, straightforward, and helpful for living in understanding and authenticity.
Rabbi Aaron Allsbrook
Ohev Yisrael Congregation