Jakób Jocz, Ph.D., D. Litt.
October 14, 1906 - August 15, 1983
Jakób Jocz spent his life trying to bridge the gap between Christians and Jews. He believed that only a return to the Prophetic tradition through a relationship with Yeshua could satisfy Jewish spiritual hunger. With a foot in both camps, his works address both parties unequivocally.
Slavic names are not readily converted to English. Jakób’s name is pronounced Ya-cobe Yotch.
- Is It Nothing To You? 1940, 1941
- The Jewish People and Jesus Christ 1949, 1954, 1974
- Judaism and the State of Israel 1950
- Religion and the Gospel 1952
- A Theology of Election 1958
- The Connection Between the Old and the New Testament 1961
- The Spiritual history of Israel 1961
- Religion Without God 1964
- Christians and Jews: Encounter and Mission 1966
- The Jewish Christian Dialogue 1967
- Syncretism or Faith 1967
- The Covenant 1968, 1999
- The Jewish People and Jesus Christ After Auschwitz 1981