What makes you say that Boyarin is Conservative?Daniel Boyarin is Conservative, so I doubt many Orthodox Jews would care about his theological views either way. Boyarin is also on record comparing Israel to Nazi Germany, and suggesting that Israel is killing Judaism, so there's that, too.
After Rabbi Kaduri passed away, a note in his handwriting was found, reading:
,בענין הר"ת של משיח
.ירים העם ויוכיח שדברי ותורתו עומדים
באתי על החתום בחודש הרחמים התשס"ה, יצחק כדורי
The second line's words form an acrostic, the name יהושוע, which, however way you look at it, is not Jesus's name, which is ישוע. Two letter difference.
Daniel Boyarin: Talmudist, feminist, anti-Zionist, only-in-Berkeley Orthodox Jew
Within ten minutes of his first encounter with the Talmud, Daniel Boyarin was hooked. “It was something like a shot of heroin,” he said. “That was it. I knew I wanted to be a scholar of Talmud.” He was 20 and spending a year abroad at Jerusalem’s Hebrew University — years past the typical age […]
Doesn't יהושוע mean Yehoshuah or Joshua, which is considered a version of the name Yeshua?
I have trouble finding יהושוע online, but it does show up in a few places:
Yeshua (ישוע, with vowel pointing יֵשׁוּעַ – yēšūă‘ in Hebrew) was a common alternative form of the name יְהוֹשֻׁעַ ("Yehoshua" – Joshua) in later books of the Hebrew Bible and among Jews of the Second Temple period. ...
The Hebrew spelling Yeshua (ישוע) appears in some later books of the Hebrew Bible. Once for Joshua the son of Nun, and 28 times for Joshua the High Priest and other priests called Jeshua – although these same priests are also given the spelling Joshua in 11 further instances in the books of Haggai and Zechariah. It differs from the usual Hebrew Bible spelling of Joshua (יְהוֹשֻׁעַ y'hoshuaʿ), found 218 times in the Hebrew Bible, in the absence of the consonant he ה and placement of the semivowel vav ו after, not before, the consonant shin ש.