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Daniel: God's Man in Babylon

A unique Jewish perspective on the book of Daniel that sheds new light on the events of Revelation, from Israel to Messianic prophecy.

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From Bondage to Freedom

This book explores the three subdivisions of Jewish history; the era of promise - from Abraham to David; the era of failure - from David to the Babylonian exile; and the preparation for the Messiah - from the exile to the Messiah.
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Isaiah 53 Explained

Do you have questions about the meaning of life and spirituality? Maybe it is time to go right to the source and rethink your relationship with the Creator?

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Complete Jewish Bible - David H Stern

Presenting the Word of God as a unified Jewish book, the Complete Jewish Bible is a translation for Jews and non-Jews alike.

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Jewish New Testament Commentary - David H Stern

The Jewish New Testament Commentary deals with "Jewish issues" that confront readers of the New Testament --questions Jews have about Yeshua (Jesus), the New Testament and Christianity; questions Christians have about Judaism and the Jewish roots of their faith; and questions Messianic Jews have about being both Jewish and Messianic. It is a companion volume to the Jewish New Testament, Stern's translation from the original Greek into English in a way that brings out its essential Jewishness.
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Mapping Messianic Jewish Theology - Richard Harvey

Richard Harvey, himself a Messianic Jew, maps the diverse theological terrain of this young movement. He makes an original and innovative contribution by clarifying, affirming and constructively critiquing the present state of its theology. The book examines five topics of theological concern: God's nature, activity and attributes (can the one God of Israel and the Christian Trinity be the same?) The Messiah (Messianic Jewish Christologies) Torah in theory (the meaning and interpretation of the Torah in the light of Jesus) Torah in practice (Messianic practice of Sabbath, food laws and Passover) Eschatology (the diverse models employed within the movement to describe the future of Israel).
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Messianic Christology - Dr Arnold Fruchtenbaum

DO YOU KNOW: That Chavah (Eve) mistakenly thought she had given birth to the promised God-man. Why Lamech believed his son was to be the Messiah? That at his time of death, Jacob prophesied to his fourth son and pinpointed the very time that Messiah would come in history. Who the covenant recorded in II Samuel 7 refers to, as opposed to who the parallel passage in I Chronicles 17 refers to? That there are two distinct prophesies in Isaiah 7, one to the wicked king Ahaz and another to the whole house of David? That Daniel 9 is only one of seven prophesies that insist upon Messiah's appearance on earth before a very significant historical event? The above is only a minute sampling of topics dealt with in Messianic Christology.

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The Ancient Scriptures for the Modern Jew - David Baron

In the book The Ancient Scriptures for the Modern Jew, David Baron explains the Messiahship of Jesus from the Old Testament. From the very first chapter - "What think ye of Christ?" - Baron delves into the Scriptures as well as giving his personal testimony of how he came to know the Lord Jesus. Amongst other subjects in the book, Baron deals with the Messiahship of Christ, stands firmly for the deity of Christ, touches on some rabbinic interpretations of certain passages, explains the Hebrew where important, and deals also with Messianic prophecies of future events (Baron believes in a literal millennial reign of Christ). David Baron stands firmly for Jesus, for the cross, and for Israel. This book is important for believers and non-believers alike - its content will teach vital and basic truths to both.
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The Messiah in the New Testament - Risto Santala

This book is a sequel to Santala's first book, The Messiah in the Old Testament - we recommend reading it first. This next volume examines the life of Jesus and the words of the Gospels as to how they would have been understood in an ancient rabbinic context, focusing especially on Jesus’ identity as the Messiah. It also discusses Jesus words and ministry in light of other Jewish teachings of the time.
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The Messiah in the Old Testament - Risto Santala

What were the expectations that the ancient rabbis had of the coming Messiah from reading their Scriptures, our Old Testament? Modern Judaism has tended to downplay the subject because of its unfriendly relationship with Christianity. But reading the most ancient sources and understanding the differences between Jewish and Christian interpretation methods can shed light on how the rabbis saw the Scriptures pointing to the Messiah.
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A Rabbi's Vision

Documenting in frank and intimate detail the people, places and events that have shaped Chosen People Ministries and Jewish missions over the past Century, this book is written by a past President of Chosen People. Unmatched in thoroughness and honesty, A Rabbi's Vision will give you an appreciation for this exciting field of evangelism. If you are a student of missions, then you must have this book. By Harold Sevener.

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New What The Rabbonim Say About Moshiach

Author: Douglas Pyle....AN EXCELLENT NEW MESSIANIC JEWISH RESOURCE FOR THE SERIOUS STUDENT This present volume is a setting down of principal rabbinic texts as have been traditionally and historically understood to present a picture of Moshiach and his work by some of the foremost exponents of rabbinical Judaism. Every age of Jewish crises has precipitated a renewed interest in messianic expectation. Our own age of impending and mounting crises will undoubtedly result in the same. It behooves us, therefore, to examine the core of their ideas to be ready for this soon-coming time (soft cover).
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The Jews, Modern Israel and the New Supersessionism [Paperback] - Calvin L Smith

Edited by Calvin L. Smith

This book explores the relationship between the Jewish people, the Church and Israel, from biblical times to the present. Its fifteen essays from contributors with considerable expertise and published work in the field provide readers with a careful and objective examination of the issue from various perspectives.

This timely volume is being published at a time when the debate surrounding the relationship between the Church and Israel raging within Evangelicalism is increasingly polemical and polarised. 

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Thy Kingdom Come DVD Set - SALE!

DVD OFFER - £9 & £2 postage and packaging

A beautifully produced set of video DVDs from the remarkable conference Thy Kingdom Come: A Conference on the Bible, Theology and the Future held in Westminster, in October 2014. 

Contents:

Session 1: The Coming Kingdom and the Lord's Prayer (Matthew 6), with Dr Derek Tidball

Session 2: The Coming Kingdom and the Hope of Israel (Romans 11), with Dr Calvin Smith

Session 3: The Coming Kingdom and the Great Commission (Matthew 28), with Dr Mitch Glaser

Session 4: The Coming Kingdom and the Words of Jesus, with Dr Darrell Bock

Session 5: The Coming Kingdom and the Day of the Lord (Joel 2), with Mr Daniel Nessim

Session 6: The Coming Kingdom and Biblical Interpretation, with Dr Craig Blaising

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The Gospel According to Isaiah 53 - Darrell Bock & Mitch Glaser

Written by eleven biblical scholars, this study explores the theology of the suffering servant in Isaiah 53 and answers a number of important questions:

  • What is a Christian interpretation of Isaiah 53?
  • What is a Jewish interpretation of Isaiah 53?
  • How did the New Testament writers understand Isaiah 53?
  • How should forgiveness and salvation be understood in Isaiah 53?
  • How can Isaiah 53 be used in Jewish evangelism?
  • How do we preach Isaiah 53?

 

Darrell. L Bock (PhD, Unversity of Aberdeen) is a research professor of New Testement studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is the author of numerous works in New Testament studies.

Mitch Glaser (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is president of Chosen People Ministries. He is coeditor of 'To the Jew First:The Case for Evangelism in Scripture and History'.

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