Tag Archives: David Rosenberg

A Travel Tip

In his last posts, David Rosenberg, whose latest books are A Literary Bible: An Original Translation and An Educated Man: A Dual Biography of Moses and Jesus, wrote about the possibility of a Judeo-Christianity bookstore section and writing about writers. He has been blogging all week for the Jewish Book Council and MyJewishLearning.
A little gem, Hotel St. Michel is where we used to stay before we moved down to Florida. It was recommended by poet Yehuda Amichai, who called it “old Tel Avivi.” Continue reading here.

The Judeo-Christianity Section

In his last post, David Rosenberg, whose latest books are A Literary Bible: An Original Translation and An Educated Man: A Dual Biography of Moses and Jesus, wrote about writing about writers. He will be blogging all week for the Jewish Book Council and MyJewishLearning.
We were in the South Miami Barnes & Noble the other day when Rhonda called me over to say that they’ve already got the book in. An Educated Man was sitting cover out — but smack in the middle of the “Christianity” section. Continue reading here.

The Writer of Writers

David Rosenberg, whose latest books are A Literary Bible: An Original Translation and An Educated Man: A Dual Biography of Moses and Jesus, will be blogging all week for the Jewish Book Council and MyJewishLearning.
My two new books are both about Jewish writers in times when we like to pretend there were no Jewish writers—just Jewish prophets, priests, and proto-rabbis or “sages.” Even today, it’s fashionable to claim that a writer of the Middle Ages such as Yehuda Halevi is among the first Jewish writers.  Continue reading here.