The purpose of this book is to show that Judaism and Christianity are not two separate, conflicting religions, as they are often presented to us, but one united faith, rooted in the Torah, the Prophets and the Scriptures. If those in Judaism would accept the Messiah (Christ), and Christianity would come back to its Jewish roots (the teachings of the apostles), then we could consider them as equal.
Part 1. Judaism rejected Messiah
Chapter 1. The Fulfillment of God’s Promises for the Nation
Chapter 2. God’s Promise about Messiah
Chapter 3. Reasons Why God’s People Reject Jesus
Part 2. Where the belief came from that a Jew who believes in Christ, can no longer be a …
Chapter 1. The Rejection of Christ by the Jews Is Salvation to the Gentiles
Chapter 2. The Reaction of the Jews to Conversion to Christianity
Chapter 3. The Influence of the Church’s Reformation on the Relationship between Jews and Christians
Part 3. The conversion of Jews to Christianity
Chapter 1. Is There Any Advantage to Being a Jew?
Chapter 2. The Conversion of the Jews at the Time of the End
Chapter 3. The Undercurrents of Messianic Judaism
About the Author
Michael Karpovetzki has been working as an evangelist in Israel for 30 years. Knowledge of Hebrew language, Jewish and Christian doctrines and traditions allows Michael to share with readers valuable results made in the process of researching the Holy Scriptures.