Description of What Do Jewish People Think about Jesus? by Dr. Michael L Brown
Are there Jewish denominations? What are the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel? Do the Jewish people expect a literal Messiah? Was the New Testament originally written in Hebrew? Written in an accessible style, What Do Jewish People Think about Jesus? answers these and more than fifty other common questions Christians have about Jewish people, Jewish culture and the Jewish background to the New Testament. A Jewish believer himself, Dr. Michael L. Brown provides clear answers to questions about modern and historical Jewish practices. He also addresses questions Christians have about their own relationship to the Old Testament Law, such as "Should Christians observe the Sabbath on Saturday?" and "Are Gentile Christians spiritual Jews?" "Michael Brown is the best scholar among Messianic Jews today. He has written a much-needed book to help his fellow Christians understand the Jews. He has a balanced view as to what Jews, Jewishness and Jewish customs mean that will help Christians appreciate the earthly family of Jesus."--Moishe Rosen, founder, Jews for Jesus "Here's an invaluable guide from a trusted expert who loves Jesus and the Jewish people. Michael Brown provides authoritative answers--in an accessible form--about the questions you've probably had for years but didn't know who to ask."--Lee Strobel, author, The Case for Christ and The Case for the Real Jesus "This is an amazing book, even for people like me who have walked with our Jewish brothers of faith for many years. Michael Brown's own Jewish background, coupled with his years of fruitful ministry in the Church, make him singularly capable for the task."--Don Finto, director, the Caleb Company; pastor emeritus, Belmont Church, Nashville; author, Your People Shall Be My People Michael L. Brown, Ph.D., is the founder and president of ICN Ministries and president and full-time faculty member of FIRE School of Ministry. He has preached around the world and authored more than eighteen books on revival, holiness, radical discipleship and Jewish apologetics, along with scholarly works in Old Testament and Hebrew studies.