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Jesus, Salvation and the Jewish People: The Uniqueness of Jesus and Jewish Evangelism
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Jesus, Salvation and the Jewish People: The Uniqueness of Jesus and Jewish Evangelism

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Overview

Jesus, Salvation and the Jewish People examines facets of the church’s mission to the Jewish people, from the nascent church of the New Testament to the present. Discover the importance of the 2008 Berlin Declaration, the result of a conference on the Uniqueness of Jesus and Jewish Evangelism. This volume includes the full text of the declaration as well as the essays that form the foundation of the declaration. These essays explore the biblical, historical, and theological issues surrounding the Christian mission to Jewish people. Use this book to expand your understanding and encourage broader thinking on evangelism to the Jewish people.

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Learn more about Jewish evangelism with Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus.

Key Features

  • Analyzes the importance of the 2008 Berlin Declaration
  • Encourages broader thinking on evangelism
  • Unpacks the church’s mission to Jewish people from the New Testament era to now

Contents and Contributors

  • The Berlin Declaration 2008
  • “The Call to Jewish Evangelism” by David Parker
  • “The Uniqueness of Christ for Salvation with Implications for Jewish Missions” by Rolf Hille
  • “Irreconcilable Views of Salvation in Early Christianity and Early Judaism” by Eckhard Schnabel
  • “John’s Gospel and Jewish Monotheism” by Andreas Köstenberger
  • “Martin Luther and the Jewish People with Implications for Jewish Missions” by Berthold Schwarz
  • “The Early Pietistic Movement’s Contribution to Jewish Evangelism” by David Dowdey
  • “Urgent Issues in Jewish Evangelism around the Year 1900” by Kai Kjær-Hansen
  • “‘No Exit’ for the Jews: Germany’s Romantic Nationalism and the Modern Reality of Anti-Semitism” by Mike McDuffee
  • “Messianic Jewish Reflections on the Holocaust and Jewish Evangelism” by Michael L. Brown
  • “Two Covenant Theology and its Implications for Jewish Missions” by Henri Blocher
  • “Implicit Universalism in Some Christian Zionism and Messianic Judaism” by Richard Harvey
  • “Replacement Theology with Implications for Messianic Jewish Relations” by Darrell L. Bock
  • “Karl Barth, Mark Kinzer and the Jewish People with Implications for Jewish Evangelism” by Eckhard Schnabel
  • “Available Resources and Current Practices in Jewish Evangelism” by Tuvya Zaretsky

Product Details

  • Title: Jesus, Salvation and The Jewish People: The Uniqueness of Jesus and Jewish Evangelism
  • Editor: David L. Parker
  • Publisher: Paternoster
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 312
  • Resource Type: Collected Essays
  • Topic: Evangelism

About David L. Parker

David L. Parker is the executive director of the World Evangelical Alliance’s Theological Commission and was editor of Evangelical Review of Theology.

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