There is a book that has gained popularity among Jewish people written by Asher Norman called "Twenty-Six Reasons Why Jews Don't Believe In Jesus." It supposedly "provides Jews with the information necessary to refute Christian missionaries."
Dr. Michael Barrett, president of Geneva Reformed Seminary, and Hebrew and Old Testament scholar, has taken the time to refute the "reasons" found in this book by way of brief, easy-to-understand video answers designed for the average layman.
We would encourage you to forward these videos to Christians who are seeking to share Christ with Jewish people.
Great Sermon! My previous comment was not inferring that Michael Barrett was stereotyping ethnic Jews, but Asher Norman, the author in discussion.
Asher is stereotyping.
I gets worse with cogs in my declining cognition.
Great Sermon! This is stereotyping to say that "Jews don't believe in Jesus." He cannot do this for the ethnic, natural, Jew nor the spiritual Jew.
He could just as easily say, '... Italians don't believe in Jesus."
God has circumcised the hearts of people of every ethnicity. He has made one new man of every people and of every kindred and tongue.
His assumption is based on total ignorance.
By God's Grace (11/24/2013)
from North Carolina
Great Sermon! Am thankful Dr Barrett hit the "heart of the matter" first off in the series- (hearts that are stone and eyes that are blind) as I seek to understand why loved ones turned away from the living Christ to this religion of tradition and works.
Florin Motiu (3/16/2012)
from Oradea, Romania
From above. It is true: illumination is the supernatural work of the Holy Spirit, not a problem of intellectual argumentation.
Dr. Michael Barrett has been a professor of Old Testament and Ancient Languages at Bob Jones University, Greenville, South Carolina, for more than 25 years. For 12 years he served as President of Geneva Reformed Seminary in Greenville SC. Currently, he is the Academic Dean and...