There’s a new book out, The Jewish Annotated New Testament. It is by two Jews and has commentary by many Jewish scholars. The authors’ goals are to help Jews understand that time when all followers of Jesus were Jewish and how time and circumstance brought about a divide. Here is a quote from an interview in the Forward:
First, much, if not all, of the New Testament is Jewish literature, and all of it is relevant for understanding Jewish history. The New Testament sheds important light on early Jewish life and literature, from the practice of Halacha relations with Rome to women’s social roles to the meaning of apocalyptic texts.
Read the article and check into the book.