Enlightened essays fill the pages of this tribute to Moishe Rosen. Using evangelism, ethics and eschatology as dividing sections, Jews and the Gospel at the End of History produces profound insights of the best theologians, exegetes, and historians who especially understand the Jewish-Christian tensions. Many Jewish, Messianic Jew, and Christian issues are seamlessly broached in this volume and are woven together expertly and beautifully. There are no easy solutions and this book can attest to the sensitivities of Jewish-Christian dialogue, but this book does a great service to the reader to bring them to a greater understanding of how, what, and why of evangelism, ethics, and eschatology.
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