Are Messianic congregations necessary or should Jewish believers be incorporated into the Gentile church? The question of how Christian Jews relate their Jewish practices and customs to the church has been an issue within Christianity since the first century. Contemporary contributors who have lived and wrestled with this issue present informed arguments and counter-arguments. The book concludes with a chapter on the future for Messianic Jews and a directory of messianic movement organizations.
- Messianic Congregations are not Necessary, William Varner
- Messianic Congregations May Exist within the Body of Messiah, as Long as They Don't Function Contrary to the New Testament, Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum
- The Future of Messianic Judaism, David Stern
- Title: How Jewish Is Christianity?: 2 Views on the Messianic Movement
- Editor: Louis Goldberg
- Publisher: Zondervan
- Publication Date: 2003
- Pages: 208
About Louis Goldberg
Louis Goldberg (ThD, Grace Theological Seminary), general editor, served on the faculty of Moody Bible Institute for thirty years and was the author of Our Jewish Friends, Are There Two Ways of Atonement? and other books.