60 Questions Christians Ask About Jewish Beliefs and Practices
This is another great book by Michael Brown. Scholastic, thorough, and easy to read. It addresses questions you always wanted to know but we're afraid to ask.
From the Back Cover
Should Christians observe the Sabbath on Saturday?
Are Gentile Christians spiritual Jews?
Was the New Testament written in Hebrew?
Are there Jewish denominations?
Do the Jewish people expect a literal Messiah?
Written in a compelling, accessible style, this comprehensive guide answers the 60 questions Christians ask most frequently about Jewish people and culture, drawn from the steady stream of queries Dr. Brown receives every month. As a Messianic believer, he provides articulate answers to questions about modern and historical Jewish practices and beliefs. He also addresses believers' inquiries about their own relationship to the Old Testament Law, such as "Should Christians adhere to the dietary laws?"
"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
"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
About the Author
Michael L. Brown is the director of the Coalition of Conscience and founder of the FIRE School of Ministry. He is the author of 20 books and hosts the Jewish-Christian TV series Think It Thru and the new Line of Fire weekly radio broadcast. He has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows, including Fox News, Hard Copy, and Inside Edition. His work has also been featured in newspapers such as the Washington Post, the Charlotte Observer, and the Baltimore Sun.