Yeshu claims that John the Baptist is Elijah the Prophet. This can only be true if there is such a thing as reincarnation. Judaism believes in reincarnation, whereas it thought that Christianity does not. However, this is not exactly true. Throughout its history many Church Fathers embraced belief in reincarnation. Readings from the book, “Reincarnation for Christians” by Monsignor John W. Sweely Th.D. This is a very interesting book that documents how Christianity is no stranger to the belief in reincarnation.
Yeshu makes a strange reference to the relationship between the heavenly Father and the “son.” While Christianity refers reference to the “son” to Yeshu, as the “son of God,” Yeshu the Jew would not have said such a thing. Rather, Yeshu the jew would have referenced the term “son” as does scripture (in more than one place) itself does. The “son” is question is God's “firstborn son, Israel.” Thus only Israel (the son) knows the Father (in Heaven). This is a statement of the dominance of Judaism.
Yeshu interacts with the Pharisees regarding Sabbath observance. Yeshu talks to the Pharisees like a fellow Pharisee, bring scriptural proofs for his behaviors, (behaviors which are suspicious of clandestine political activity). Man is lord of the Sabbath, this is a Jewish teaching from the Talmud. Yeshu's teachings about Shabat only reflect traditional Jewish (halakhic teachings).