...When studying the Jewish roots of the Christian faith, we must be careful not to serendipitously weave together first-century and twenty-first-century Jewish traditions. We must not attempt to read medieval or modern-day Jewish practices into the time of Jesus and the disciples. Ancient Jewish literature is a vast and complex field that is often difficult to understand and must be navigated carefully. A respectful and cautious use of Jewish writings, however, can provide an enriching lens to help us see the New Testament in light of its Jewish background.
"Passover in Rabbinic Writings,"
Journal of Messianic Jewish Studies: Vol. 2, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.biola.edu/jmjs/vol2/iss1/8