Best Messianic Judaism Books
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1. The Complete Jewish Study Bible: Illuminating the Jewishness of God's Word; Hardcover Edition
Author: by Hendrickson Publishers
Easily see how the Old Testament points to Jesus and quickly get a handle on all major Jewish customs with The Complete Jewish Study Bible! Enjoy seeing Hebrew keywords and over 145 overviews, maps, and more! Easily get a handle on the Jewish roots of Christianity with over 145 topical articles, color-coded overviews, maps, charts and more with The Complete Jewish Study Bible!
This is more than a keyword study Bible. It pairs the newly updated text of the best-selling Complete Jewish Bible with detailed overviews that cover ALL the key Jewish customs, including feasts of the Bible, Tabernacle, Names of God, Torah, Sabbath, and more!
Enjoy Having Over 145 Overviews on Jewish Customs and Culture at Your Fingertips! It’s the only English version of the Bible that is fully Jewish in style and presentation that includes both the Old and New Testament. Plus, it’s packed with features you can’t find in other study Bibles: Whether you use this as your main Bible or alongside other translations, it will truly deepen your understanding of God’s Word and enrich your Bible study with these key features: Over 145 Overviews and Articles covering everything from Names of God, Tabernacle, Feasts of the Bible, Jewish covenants, and more!
2. Complete Jewish Bible: An English Version by David H. Stern – Updated
Author: by David H Stern
Now, the most widely used Messianic Jewish Bible around the world, has updated text with introductions added to each book, written from a biblically Jewish perspective. The CJB is a unified Jewish book, a version for Jews and non-Jews alike; to connect Jews with the Jewishness of the Messiah, and non-Jews with their Jewish roots.
Names and terms are returned to their original Hebrew and presented in easy-to-understand transliterations, enabling the reader to say them the way Yeshua (Jesus
3. Undeniable: Full Color Evidence of Black Israelites In The Bible
Author: by Dante Fortson
Then they fasted that day, and put on sackcloth, and cast ashes upon their heads, and rent their clothes, and laid open the book of the law, wherein the heathen had sought to paint the likeness of their images. 1 Maccabees 3:47-48Undeniable is the perfect outreach tool to connect with anyone that is skeptical of the claim that the Israelites of the Bible are were black, and have always been black.
This is first and foremost an outreach tool, but it also makes a great gift for anyone that wants to see the hard evidence. + Full Color Images+ Minimal Commentary+ Designed To Start The ConversationInside of the book you’ll find:+ Maps+ Paintings+ Statues+ Explorer Journal Entries+ Memorandum To The President of The United StatesAll of the evidence adds up to the fact that there was a multi national conspiracy to kidnap, enslave, and hide the true history of Negroes scattered all over the world through the Transatlantic Slave Trade.
There has been a conscious concerted effort to steer people away from the truth that Israel fled into Africa in 70 A.D. And still inhabits many areas of the continent.
4. The Books of Enoch: The Ancient Apocryphal Books: Fallen Angels, Giants Nephilim and The Secrets of Enoch
Author: by History Academy
The study of Enoch’s words awakened the desire to explore spiritual dimensions in a deeper way. Enoch once said: I write not for my own, but for the extreme future generations, for you human beings who will come. Enoch, the seventh of Adam’s descendants describes his journey through the seven heavens, where he receives revelations like when he is described the creation of the world and the secrets of the future.
Enoch’s journey culminates with the encounter with God after a life that lasted 365 years. From the mists of time he has shown humanity a luminous path to follow. Enoch goes back to the causes of evil and great are his sufferings for human wickedness and his exhortations to cultivate good and wisdom.
All his writings, which are reported alongside the interpretation of History Academy, were found and collected in the time before the birth of Christ. Not recognized by the Church and ignored in the Old Testament collection, they are now published for everyone to read.
5. Aligning With God's Appointed Times: Discover the Prophetic and Spiritual Meaning of the Biblical Holidays
Author: by Jason Sobel
Celebrating the Biblical Jewish Holidays is part of ALL Followers of Messiah! Aligning with God’s Appointed Times is an invitation to go on a treasure hunt and discover more of God and His intended blessings for us using the map provided by celebrating the Jewish holidays.
Understanding these sacred times of the year, steeped in tradition and rich in profound meaning, will help us experience our faith more clearly and open the door to a fresh fullness of the inheritance we have as believers. In Aligning with God’s Appointed Times, we introduce ourselves to our faith’s Jewish roots and gain a heightened biblical perspective as we practice the same traditions and rituals Jesus embraced.
We begin to see His life and ministry from a different viewpoint, through Jewish eyes. Understanding and celebrating Jewish biblical holidays is transformational. We can ignite a fire that renews and transforms us as we combine Old Testament tradition with a fiery desire to go more deeply into the blessings God has for us and abide more deeply in Jesus Messiah.
6. Jewish Insights Into Scripture (Jewish Studies for Christians by Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg)
Author: by Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg
All too often our understanding of both the Hebrew scriptures and the New Testament is clouded by centuries of Western tradition and interpretation. In this collection of provocative essays, Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg pulls back the curtain and helps contemporary Christ-followers to understand how the scriptures were understood by their original audience.
Jewish Insights Into Scripture will deepen your appreciation for familiar Bible passages and enhance your understanding of some verses you may have previously found difficult to interpret. Appropriating these Jewish insights will help you draw closer to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob!
7. Reading Moses, Seeing Jesus: How the Torah Fulfills Its Goal in Yeshua
Author: by Seth Postell
This book addresses the questions about the believer’s relationship to the Torah (the five Books of Moses, or the Pentateuch) and its commandments (the Law): Since Jesus kept the Law, are believers (Jewish and Gentile) also obliged to keep the Law, or at least some portions of it (Sabbath, the food laws, etc.?
What about the Oral Law (rabbinic traditions)? How does the Torah point to the Messiah? How do we apply the Law of Moses today? Though this book is based on more than a decade of academic research, it is written with the non-academic reader in mind and provides easy-to-understand answers to the questions related to the Torah and does so in a manner thoroughly rooted in a careful reading of the biblical text.
8. Rose Guide to the Tabernacle with Clear Plastic Overlays and Reproducible Charts
Author: by Rose Publishing
Full color, reproducible book on the The Tabernacle, with clear plastic overlays of the coverings of the “tent of meeting.” The Tabernacle was the place where the Israelites worshiped God after the Exodus. Learn how the sacrifices, utensils, and even the structure of the tabernacle were designed to show us something about God.
See the parallels between the Old Testament sacrifices and priests’ duties, and Jesus’ service as the perfect sacrifice and perfect high priest. See how: The Tabernacle was built The sacrifices pointed towards Jesus Christ The design of the tent revealed God’s holiness and humanity’s need for God The Ark of the Covenant was at the center of worship.
Contains illustrations, charts, and diagrams not available elsewhere. 128 pages, full color with 8 clear plastic overlays showing inside/outside of the tabernacle; plus dozens of reproducible charts. You may reproduce up to 300 copies of any chart free of charge for your classroom.
9. The Books of Enoch: Complete 3 Books (1 Enoch, First Book of Enoch) (2 Enoch, Secrets of Enoch) (3 Enoch, Hebrew Book of Enoch) Three Great Ancient Wisdom Books of The Old Days (Annotated)
Author: by Enoch
Books of Enoch Combo Collection in English is professionally formatted and easy to read. 1 Enoch (The Book of Enoch) or (The first book of Enoch) or (The Ethiopian Book)2 Enoch (The Secrets of Enoch) or (The Second Book of Enoch) or (The Slavonic Book)3 Enoch (The Third Book of Enoch) or (The Hebrew Book of Enoch) or (The Book of the Palaces) or (The Book of Rabbi Ishmael the High Priest) or (The Revelation of Metatron)Enoch was the ancestor of Noah.
He lived three hundred sixty and five years. He did not die but was taken up one day by the Holy Creator of the Universe. Take a wonderful journey while reading all 3 Versions of the Books of Enoch, by Ancient Wisdom Books.
These books are filled with marvelous stories, hidden wisdom, revelations, and secrets given and entrusted to Enoch!
10. Messiah in the Feasts of Israel
Author: by Sam Nadler
Word of Messiah Ministries
Messiah in the Feasts of Israel: Feasts of the Bible Explained is a fantastic book that explains the feasts, festivals, and holy days of the Bible. From the Passover, the Feast of Tabernacles, and the Day of Atonement, to the symbolism of Pentecost, Firstfruits and more, this Christian overview gives insights on how God’s redemptive plan is unveiled through the Old Testament feasts, and how their symbolism is fulfilled in Messiah.
Messiah in the Feasts of Israel also discusses the prophetic purposes of the feasts of Israel from a Christian viewpoint. It explains how the Jewish feasts are symbolic of Jesus as the great high priest and perfect sacrificial lamb. Jesus Celebrated the Feasts of Israel Jesus and his disciples participated in the feasts in the Temple, including a Passover feast commonly known to Christians today as the Last Supper.
In fact, Jesus pointed out the importance of the feasts throughout the New Testament. For example, Jesus waited until the seventh day of Sukkot, the greatest day, during the water pouring ceremony, to explain that those who would come to him would find “a living water.” Jesus also intentionally exclaimed, “I am the Light of the world,” as he stood near the 75-foot candlesticks erected for Sukkot.
11. The Complete Jewish Study Bible: Illuminating the Jewishness of God's Word; Blue Flexisoft Edition
Author: by n/a
Christians and Messianic Jews who are interested in the rich spiritual traditions of their faith will be thrilled with this brand new study Bible. The Complete Jewish Study Bible pairs the updated text of the Complete Jewish Bible translation with extra study material, to help readers understand and connect with the Jewish roots of the Christian faith.
The Complete Jewish Bible shows that the word of God, from Genesis to Revelation, is a unified Jewish book meant for everyone Jew and non- Jew alike. Translated by David H. Stern with new, updated introductions by Rabbi Barry Rubin, it has been a best-seller for over twenty years.
This translation, combined with beautiful, modern design and helpful features, makes this an exquisite, one-of-a-kind Bible. Unique to The Complete Jewish Study Bible are a number of helpful articles and notes to aid the reader in understanding the Jewish context for the Scriptures, both in the Tanakh (the Old Testament) and the B rit Hadashah (the New Testament).
12. Refuting Rabbinic Objections to Christianity & Messianic Prophecies
Author: by Eitan Bar
For us, Jews who grew up in Israel, Jesus and His word were never part of the conversation. Not in our school system, not in our synagogues, and not in our media. Nor do we have easy access to the New Testament.
Jesus has been studiously avoided, and hidden from our people. Today in Israel, 99. 7% of the Jewish population, reject Jesus as the Messiah. How did our country, where the gospel first took place, come to be so adamantly against it? Within Judaism over the last two millennia, any kind of spiritual message had to go through the gate keepers, the Orthodox Jewish Rabbis.
The Rabbinic Judaism of the Orthodox comes directly from the sect of the Pharisees, whom Jesus rebuked:Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites, because you shut off the kingdom of heaven from people; for you do not enter in yourselves, nor do you allow those who are entering to go in.
(Matthew 23:13)Ever since the days of Messiah, the Rabbis have set themselves in opposition to the gospel, blocking the message of Jesus from Israel. They deliberately prevent Jewish people from hearing about the free salvation offered to them in the death and resurrection of their own Jewish Messiah.
13. Papa's Last Words: They Lied About God
Author: by R. H. Ben-Shalom
Dare to KnowWho is Godreally? Where is God amid all the Christian denominations? Why does He seem to change so drastically between the Old and New Testament and now? An incendiary undertaking, Papa’s Last Words: They Lied About God removes cultural biases to present a raw look at the differences between mainstream beliefs and what is written in the Bible.
Those differences are the key to answering a vault’s worth of questions. Surviving his parents and grandparents at thirty-four, Ben-Shalom knows firsthand that tomorrow is not guaranteed. He saw faith giants with the anointing who turned away from the Christ, and he knew that he needed to arm his children with knowledge not taught on Sunday mornings.
If today was his last day, this book would be his last words to them, his most valued words about the dearest matter. This book:Reveals God within the rift between Judaism and ChristianityTackles the inconsistencies in mainstream conceptsUpholds first century ChristianityIs for Christians who perceive a disharmony between modern doctrines and the BibleThe information in this book has already changed lives, honing relationships with God through a love for truth, and it is now finally available to the public.
14. The Hebrew Story of Abraham and Isaac (Our Hebrew Fathers Book 1)
Author: by Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg
May 17, 2021
This book is the first in the series about our Hebrew Fathers (Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob). I wrote this book for someone who would be willing to come along with me on an exciting journey of deeper reflection, someone willing to pull back the layers of translation traditions by looking at the original Hebrew in the story of Abraham and his son Isaac.
Whether you are part of today’s Jewish people or of the nations of the world that worship Israel’s God in Christ Jesus this book is for you because these great Torah stories are your heritage as well. Without them, you, too, just like an Israelite of old, do not know where you came from and where it is that you are going.
15. Rose Guide to the Temple
Author: by Dr. Randall Price
Easily See How the Jerusalem Temple May Have Looked 3,000 Years Ago Rose Guide to the Temple is the ONLY Christian book on the Temple in Jerusalem with clear plastic overlays that allow you to “see inside” the Jerusalem temple AND has over 150 temple pictures, illustrations, diagrams, and charts!
Includes The entire history of the Temple in Jerusalem, from the time of Abraham to modern day Clear plastic overlays let you see inside the Temple and Tabernacle Full-color book with illustrations on every page (Many of these images cannot be found in any other Temple book) 24-inch-long fold-out poster of the Temple Mount over 2000 years by National Geographic 6 time lines with more than 100 events from the time of King David to modern day Rose Guide to the Temple is a full-color Christian book that provides a complete easy-to-understand overview of the history of the Temple in Jerusalem.
Based on the most up-to-date discoveries, this book explains the biblical and historical background of the temple in Jerusalem. If you enjoy studying God’s Word, you will love the fact that Rose Guide to the Temple answers many questions about how the Jerusalem Temple looked during biblical times.