To The Jew First: the case for Jewish evangelism in scripture and history PBBy: Susan K. Marlow
Since the first days of the early church, the Jewish people have been much of the focus of evangelism. History bears out the fact that the Church has long had a special place in its heart for Israel. Divided into three parts, covering New Testament responses to the conundrum of Israel, the theology surrounding the reality of the Gospel for the Jewish people, and the missiological sphere. Bringing together many experts to lend their voices, editors Darrell Bock (former president of the Evangelical Theological Society) and Mitch Glaser (a Messianic Jew and president of Chosen People Ministries) add layers of depth and insight to this issue.