The Gospel in the Passover is a condensed version of Messiah in the Passover written for those who want to explore the traditions of the Passover and deepen their understanding of the links between Passover, the Last Supper, and Communion.
The Gospel in the Passoveris a condensed version of Messiah in the Passover written for those who want to explore the traditions of the Passover and deepen their understanding of the links between Passover, the Last Supper, and Communion.
Rays of Messiah's Glory is written with all the fire and zeal of a man dedicated to the task of convincing his people that Jesus Christ is the Messiah. One contemporary wrote of this unusual and Spirit-inspired book, "This able and vigorous work seeks to show how the Old Testament proves Christ to be the Light of the Gentiles and the Glory of Israel..."
Here is a collection of substantive articles compiled to focus discussion on some weighty matters facing the Messianic Jewish movement. Reform rabbi Dr. Dan Cohn-Sherbok, though not a Messianic Jew, is a friend of the movement. He believes that Messianic Judaism may be considered a branch of Judaism in this century.
Who Do You say that I am? was the question Jesus asked the disciples. This book looks at some contemporary Jewish answers to that question (and answers to those answers). It also examines the history of anti-Semitism and how that has influenced people in our modern era.
Traditional Judaism rejects Yeshua's deity. However, the deity of Messiah is not simply an inconsequential belief; it is an indispensable component of the New Testament message. Dr. Michael Brown, in The Real Kosher Jesus,demonstrates how the deity of Yeshua as described in the New Testament Scriptures does not conflict with traditional Jewish thinking.