From the Back Cover
"Jews don't believe in the Trinity. We believe in one God, not three."
"God doesn't have a son."
"Jews don't believe in a suffering Messiah."
In Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus, volume 2, Michael Brown provides real answers to twenty-eight theological objections. He treats these objections seriously and fairly, building answers from the often surprising teachings in Rabbinic literature and the Hebrew Scriptures. As Brown's answers progressively reveal, belief in Yeshua-Jesus-is not something alien to Jewish tradition but is profoundly rooted in that tradition, fulfilling its purpose.
"Michael Brown's thinking is incisive and to the point. His ability to explain so that anyone can understand is amazing. He will surely be acclaimed as the new expert in Jewish Christian apologetics. I would be happy to recommend his much needed book to anyone." -Moishe Rosen, founder, Jews for Jesus
"We desperately need this book!" -Sid Roth, founder and president, Messianic Vision
"Michael Brown's work in the area of Jewish apologetics is the most thorough and penetrating I have seen. . . . This work will make a major contribution to the ongoing discussion and will, in fact, set the standard in the field." -Richard Averbeck, associate professor, Old Testament and Semitic Languages, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
"Michael Brown excels as a true scholar as well as an apologist; his answers to objections are carefully thought out, honest, and well researched. His work provides a useful model for how to do apologetics, not only in dialogue with the traditional Jewish community but for all who are interested in articulating and defending the Christian faith." -Craig Keener, professor of New Testament, Eastern Seminary
About the Author
Michael L. Brown (Ph.D., Near Eastern Languages and Literature, New York University) is president of the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry in Pensacola, Florida, where he resides. He has also served as a visiting professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Fuller Theological Seminary.