Restoring the Jewishness of the Gospel: A Message to Christians

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A book the whole Church needs to read!

A challenge to conventional Christian ideas!

Clear thinking about neglected questions such as:

How are both the Jews and the Church God's people?

Is there a difference between Jew and Gentile in the body of the Messiah?

Will God ...

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Overview

A book the whole Church needs to read!

A challenge to conventional Christian ideas!

Clear thinking about neglected questions such as:

How are both the Jews and the Church God's people?

Is there a difference between Jew and Gentile in the body of the Messiah?

Will God fulfill all of his promises to the Jews?

Does the Law of Moses remain in force today?

Surprising answers to these and other crucial questions, along with suggestions for godly action, are given in this exciting and insightful book by an Israeli Messianic Jew, a Jew who trusts Yeshua (Jesus).

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781880226667
  • Publisher: Messianic Jewish Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/1/2009
  • Edition description: Revised
  • Pages: 93
  • Sales rank: 654,793
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction ix

1 Contextualization Versus Restoration 1

A Christianity and Culture 1

1 Transcultural Judaism 1

2 Non-Transcultural Christianity 2

3 "Now That You're Christian, Have A Ham Sandwich!" 3

B Contextualizing The Gospel 5

1 Contextualizing The Gospel For Jews 5

2 Type I, Type II and Type III Evangelism 6

3 Where Do the Jews Fit In? 7

C Not Contextualization But Type IV Evangelism 8

2 Restoring the Jewishness of the Gospel 11

A Definition 11

B The Church and Israel In Theology and History 12

1 Three Theologies: Covenant, Dispensational and "Olive Tree" 12

2 The Church and Israel in History: Early Period 14

3 Olive Tree Theology 20

4 The Church and Israel in History: Modern Period 22

C The Gospel Is Corporate As Well As Individual 24

D Yeshua Is Identified With The People Of Israel 27

E God Will Fulfill His Promises To The Jewish People 30

1 The New Testament Proves It 30

2 The Old Testament Proves It 32

3 Refutation of Arguments that God is Finished with the Jews 32

a 2 Corinthians 1:20 33

b Matthew 5:17 33

4 The Promise of The Land 34

5 The Promise of The Kingdom 38

6 Conclusion 39

F The Role of Torah in the Gospel 39

1 Torah Incognita 39

2 Nomos 41

a Romans 10:4-Did The Messiah End The Law? 41

b "Under The Law" and "Works of The Law" 42

c Galatians 3:10-13-Redeemed From The Curse of The Law? 44

d Hebrews 8:6-The New Covenant Has Been Given As Torah 45

3 The Gospel with an Ended Law is No Gospel at All 47

4 New Covenant Laws and Practices 49

a John 7:22-23 50

b Galatians 2:11-14 50

c Mark 7:1-20 51

d Acts 10:9-17, 28 52

e Acts 15 And the Torah 53

5 New Covenant Law? 54

3 Presuppositions to Restoring the Jewishness of the Gospel 57

A Christianity Is Jewish 57

B Antisemitism Is Un-Christian 59

C Refusing or Neglecting to Evangelize Jews is Antisemitic 61

1 Benign Neglect of the Jews is Antisemitic 61

2 Purposeful Neglect, Justified by History, is Antisemitic 62

3 Purposeful Neglect, Justified by Theology, is Antisemitic 64

4 Romans 1:16-The Gospel is "For the Jew Especially" 67

4 Blessings 69

A How Will The Church Be Blessed? 69

B How Will The Jews Be Blessed? 70

Appendix: The Church's Biggest Challenge 73

Glossary of Hebrew Words and Names 81

Index of Scripture and Early Literature 87

General Index 91

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2014

    Larger Sample Needed

    This sample needs to be a few pages longer in order to make an informed decision whether or not to purchase.

    Have been told David Stern is well respected Messianic author, but need to see for myself whether I would benefit from reading this book. Thus, 3 stars for author's reputation. (?)

    Sorry, have to pass for now...

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