Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus

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Join Dr. Brown today on the Line of Fire as he tackles some more of the most common objections Jewish people have to Jesus as their Messiah.

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: When Paul wrote that all Israel would be saved, he was echoing what the prophets before him had spoken, and we are living in a day when more and more Jews are coming to realize that Jesus indeed is their Messiah, and that day we celebrate!

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: It will be a rough day for anti-Semites when the glorious one appears in the clouds, the King of Kings, the Lord of Lords, who Himself will be the Lion of Judah, a glorified Jew.

Featured Resources:
Foundations of Intercession and Foundations of Prayer

Other Resources:

60 Questions Christians Ask About Jewish Beliefs and Practices and Jesus: Messiah or Not? (DVD Debate with Rabbi Gold)


Dr Brown Debates Rabbi Tovia Singer on Sid Roth’s Radio show “Time is running short”.

Dr Brown and Rabbi Tovia Singer debate on a variety of topics, from the Messianic fulfillments of Yeshua to the core foundations of Christianity and Judaism.

This fascinating debate has a surprise ending!

Dr. Brown Answers the Rabbis (Part 1)

Dr. Brown Answers the Rabbis (Part 2)

Dr. Brown Answers the Rabbis (Part 3) (and an interview with David Brickner of Jews for Jesus)

Dr. Brown Answers the Rabbis (Part 4)

Dr. Brown Answers the Rabbis (including a recent video by Rabbi Asher Meza)

Stand With Israel [mp3 Series]

INCLUDES: 1.) Israel Shall Be Saved    2.) Intercession, Israel, & Miracles    3.) A Baptism of Tears for Israel    4.) Israel and the Last Days    5.) The Rising Tide of Anti-Semitism    6.) Are the Rabbis Right?   (Brown vs. Singer Debate)    7.) Who is Jesus? Part 1    8.) Who is Jesus? Part 2

Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus Volume 3: This third installment of Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus looks specifically at questions raised about messianic prophecies in Isaiah, Daniel, Psalms, Haggai, and Zechariah.

and Volume 4: In this volume of the Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus series, Dr. Brown counters the arguments that the New Testament mistranslates, misuses, and misunderstands the Hebrew Scriptures, also addressing the objections that Jesus or Paul abolished the Law.

Jesus: Messiah or Not [DVD Debate]: A question asked and debated for centuries.  Can we know for sure?  Featuring Dr. Michael L. Brown and Rabbi Michael Gold.

Countering the Counter-Missionaries [22 mp3 set] :  An important resource will be a great faith builder for those who are struggling, a great outreach tool for those who are seeking, and a great source of edification and enrichment for those who are involved in Jewish evangelism.

4 Comments
  1. Hi Dr. Brown.

    Just dusted off one of your old shows and I’m in the process of listening to it — it’s great. About twenty minutes in, you address the question of Zerubbabel and how he could seemingly have had two fathers. Your answer makes sense.

    However, is not a more significant problem the curse which Jeremiah pronounced (Jer 22:24) on the line of Jeconiah/Jehoiachin, of whom Zerubbabel was a descendant?

    Could it not simply be that there were two men with the name Zerubbabel and that the one in Luke named his son Shealtiel also — perhaps in honour of his more illustrious namesake?

    Forgive me if these questions are stupid — I’m neither Jewish nor a Hebrew scholar!

    God bless,

    Paul.

  2. I wrote,


    Could it not simply be that there were two men with the name Zerubbabel and that the one in Luke named his son Shealtiel also — perhaps in honour of his more illustrious namesake?

    Of course I meant to say:


    Could it not simply be that there were two men with the name Shealtiel and that the one in Luke named his son Zerubbabel also — perhaps in honour of his more illustrious namesake?

    My apologies for the mix-up.

    Thanks,

    Paul.

  3. Sorry!

    …On continuing to listen, I hear that you address the curse on Jeconiah/Jehoiachin near the hour-mark and say that the curse was later revoked by God — apologies for posting before I’d heard the whole program!

    Paul.

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