Collection: THE JESUS COLLECTION

Jesus' Jewish identity and teachings serve as a bridge between Judaism and Christianity, two religions with interconnected histories.  The Star of David, also known as the Shield of David or Magen David, is a prominent symbol in Judaism, 

Jesus, as a Jewish rabbi and religious figure, had a profound impact on Judaism, albeit in complex and multifaceted ways. His teachings, actions, and the movement he inspired had lasting effects on Jewish thought and practice, as well as on the broader world.

Jesus emphasized love, compassion, and forgiveness in his teachings. These values, rooted in Jewish scripture and tradition, became central themes in early Christianity and influenced how many Jews and Christians alike understood their faith.

Jesus challenged the religious authorities of his time, critiquing their interpretations of Jewish law and advocating for a more inclusive and compassionate approach to religion. This spirit of questioning and reevaluation has been a part of Jewish tradition throughout history, with figures like the prophets often challenging the status quo.

Jesus' ethical teachings, such as the Golden Rule ("Do unto others as you would have them do unto you") and the emphasis on social justice, have resonated deeply with both Jewish and Christian communities. These teachings continue to inspire individuals and movements committed to social justice, peace, and equality.

Jesus' Jewish identity and teachings serve as a bridge between Judaism and Christianity, two religions with interconnected histories. Understanding Jesus as a Jew can foster dialogue and mutual understanding between Jews and Christians, highlighting the shared heritage and values of these faiths.