In their book, The One Year Holy Land Moments Devotional, Rabbi Yeschel Eckstein and Christian theologian Dr. Tremper Longman III provide a 52 week devotional that includes both Judaic and Christian thought on various passages from the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) and the New Testament. The daily passages reflect on the Jewish view of the faith and history present in each part of the Bible, while also offering Christian interpretations of the same passages, in a comparison manner meant to build up both perspectives rather than tear them apart. At the end of each week there is space for reflection and questions to answer to aid in that reflection. Having the reflection at the end of the week gives a Jewish feel to the progress of the book as the Jewish Sabbath starts at sundown on Friday and ends at sundown on Saturday, whereas the Christian Sabbath takes place solely on Sunday, and both Sabbaths are days of reflection for our relationship with God, however we know him to be.
I liked the format of the weeks, the give and take between the perspectives, and the chance for reflection each week. The questions were very useful for me. There is nothing I did not like about this book.
I gave the book 5/5 stars for the reasons enumerated above. I received my copy of this book from Tyndale for free in exchange for my honest opinion.