60 Questions Christians Ask About Jewish Beliefs and Practices
Jewish believer Michael Brown’s book 60 Questions Christians Ask About Jewish Beliefs and Practices addresses a wide selection of the most common questions which have arisen during the course of his extensive ministry spanning several decades. Brown provides straightforward answers to such questions as "Are there Jewish denominations?" and "Do the Jewish people expect a literal Messiah?" as well as addressing Christians’ questions on subjects such as their relationship to the Old Testament, the Sabbath, adherence to dietary laws and the controversy over whether Gentiles are spiritual Jews.
The book is split into four parts dealing with Jewish Practice, the Jewish people and their history, Rabbi Yeshua and the Jewish Background of the New Testament, and finally addressing contemporary Christians, the Law of Moses, and the State of Israel. Written in a compelling and accessible style, Brown’s book should be a helpful aid for believers who want to learn more about the Jewish people and their practices or who have specific questions related to the Jewish origins of their own faith. Brown is Director of the Coalition of Conscience and an Old Testament scholar who, similar to the apostle Paul, has a great heart for his own Jewish people and has authored 20 books.
60 Questions Christians Ask About Jewish Beliefs and Practices is available to order from head office at a cost of £10.00 + p&p.
Note: This book was previously published under the title, "What Do Jewish People Think About Jesus?"