Recommended (English) books

  • Mark S. Kinzer, ‘Postmissionary Messianic Judaism’, (Grand Rapids, 2005)
  • R. Kendall Soulen, ‘The God of Israel and Christian Theology’, (Minneapolis, 1996)
  • Mark S. Kinzer, ‘Jerusalem Crucified, Jerusalem Risen’, (Eugene, Oregon, 2018)
  • Jules Isaac, ‘Jesus and Israel’, (New York,1971)
  • Gerald McDermott, ‘Israel Matters’, (Grand Rapids, 2017)
  • Stuart Dauermann, ‘Christians and Jews together’, (Eugene, Oregon, 2009)
  • Daniel Gordis, ‘A Concise History of a Nation Reborn’, (New York, 2016)
  • David Friedman, ‘They Loved the Torah’, (Clarksville, Maryland, 2001)
  • David Rudolph & Joel Willits, editors, ‘Introduction to Messianic Judaism’, (Grand Rapids, 2013)
  • Gerhard Lohfink, ‘Jesus of Nazareth, What He wanted, Who He Was’ , (Collegeville, Minnesota, 2012)
  • Philip A. Cunningham, Joseph Sievers, Mary Boys, Hans Hermann Henrix & Jesper Svartvik, ‘Christ Jesus and the Jewish People Today’, (Grand Rapids, 2011)
  • Phyllis Goldstein, ‘A Convenient Hatred: The History of Antisemitism’, (Brookline, Massachusetts, 2012)
  • Daniel Juster, ‘Jewish Roots’ , (Pensylvania, 2013)
  • Willie James Jennings, ‘The Christian Imagination; theology and the origins of race’ (Yale, 2010)
  • Lionel J. Windsor, ‘Reading Ephesians & Colossians after Supersessionism’, (Eugene, Oregon, 2017)
  • Michael Wyschogrod, ‘Abraham’s Promise; Judaism and Jewish-Christian Relations’, (Grand Rapids, 2004)
  • Carol Ritner, Stephen D. Smith, Irena Steinfeldt, editors, ‘The Holocaust and the Christian World’, (New York, 2000)
  • Adam H. Becker and Annette Yoshiko Reed, editors,’The Ways That Never Parted; Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages’, (Minneapolis, 2007)
  • Tikva Frymer-Kensky, David Novak, Peter Ochs, David Fox Sandmel, Michael A. Signer, editors, ‘Christianity in Jewish Terms’, (Boulder, Colorado, 2000)
  • Hugh J. Schonfield, ‘The History of Jewish Christianity; From the First to the Twentieth Century’, (London, 1936, Reprint 2009)
  • James Parkes, ‘The Conflict of the Church and the Synagogue; A study in the origins of antisemitism’ , (New York, 1961)

See also: recommended Dutch books