Jews and the Gospel At the End of History
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About "Jews and the Gospel At the End of History"
"Moishe Rosen's career as a missionary to the Jewish people and mentor to many has been characterized as cutting edge, creative, controversial, and consequential . . . . His vision for Jewish missions has always been larger than just the organization he founded. Moishe Rosen is an innovator of methods and strategies in Jewish evangelism and an appreciator and empowerer whose gifts have been used to lift the Lord high." -From the Tribute by Susan Perlman In tribute to this influential leader, Jews and the Gospel at the End of History combines the insights of world-class theologians, exegetes, and historians to address Jewish, Messianic Jewish, and Christian issues, from evangelism to ethics to eschatology. Part 1 begins with a study of the biblical emphasis on Jewish evangelism in the Bible, looking at God's concern and love for his people. Part 2 illuminates the historical, philosophical and scriptural interplay between ethics, missions, and biblical law. Part 3 unfolds the plan of God, the end times, and the Second Advent. The trajectory of this book moves from instruction to hope-both enlightening and inspiring those in ministry to Jewish people and serving as a fitting tribute to Moishe Rosen, founder of Jews for Jesus. Contributors: David Brickner, Steve Cohen, Jim Congdon, Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum, Richard Harvey, Harold W. Hoehner, Barry E. Horner, Walter C. Kaiser Jr., Kai Kjaer-Hansen, David L. Larsen, J. I. Packer, John R. Reid, Ruth Tucker, Tuvya Zaretsky