You Take Jesus, I’ll Take God

You Take Jesus, I’ll Take God: How To Refute Christian Missionaries. Samuel Levine. Los Angeles: Hamoroh Press, 1980. Overview As a Christian, it is difficult not to be offended by the presentation of Levine’s book. As a Jew, it is difficult not to be...

Response to Stan Telchin’s Book

In light of the recent controversy over the book, Some Messianic Jews Say Messianic Judaism is Not Christianity; A Loving Call to Unity, by Stan Telchin, we want to make it clear that Stan is expressing his views and not the views of the Jews for Jesus organization....

Win-Some Witnessing 101.

By Steve Cohen. St. Louis, MO: The Apple of His Eye Mission Society, 1998. Steve Cohen is a Jewish believer in Jesus who directs The Apple of His Eye, a Jewish evangelism arm of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Cohen’s booklet on witnessing to Jews is...

The Jewish Messiahs: From the Galilee to Crown Heights.

By Harris Lenowitz. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. viii, 297 pages. Harris Lenowitz, professor of Hebrew at the University of Utah, has researched early accounts of so-called Jewish messiahs. His book is worth adding to the library of ministers or teachers...

Becoming a Reproach in the Land of Israel

David Brickner. Strategies for Today’s Leader [Spring 1998], pp. 13-15 David Brickner’s article Becoming a Reproach in the Land of Israel” resonated with truth. As part of the Body of the Messiah living in the Land, some of it was difficult to hear....

The Problem With Paul

Brian J. Dodd. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1996. 180 pages. $12.99, paper. Once upon a time, Jesus was a villain to many Jewish people. That is not as true today. The Jewish assessment of Jesus began to change with the Enlightenment and a full-fledged...

The Aish Phenomenon: Targeting Skeptics

Arthur J. Magida. Moment [June 1998], pp. 52-57+. Forum: Aish HaTorah and the Bible Codes” [Letters to the editor]. Moment [October 1998], pp.20+. Magida swashbuckles his way “60 Minutes” style through this portrait of the Orthodox Jewish...

The Bible Code

Michael Drosnin. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997. 264 pages. $25.00, cloth. Maybe it’s the computer age we live in. Maybe it’s our unquenchable appetite for entertainment. Or maybe it’s a quest for millennial spirituality. For whatever reason,...
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