This revolutionary book brings a fresh new understanding of the biblical Book of Isaiah. Invested with its modern Hebrew meaning and selected sections, this book serves as a springboard for explaining Judaism’s long-established understanding of the eschatological concepts of the End Times redemption and the Messiah.
For the past two thousand years, the Jewish interpretation of these sources has been repressed in the world at large. Today such things are no longer taboo and the Jewish view can be placed on the table for all to see and understand. This is a critical step in helping Christians understand the Jewish sources of their own faith.
“This book on Isaiah offers key insight for all readers. In this well-written book, Israel touches on many interesting topics that I believe both Jewish and evangelical Christian readers would find both stimulating and engaging.” —Dr. John Delancey, Director of Biblical Israel Ministries & Tours
“I have looked at Isaiah: End Times and Messiah in Judaism, written by my student Israel Rosenberg. I am delighted with his sensitive approach to elucidating the traditional Jewish understanding of the magnificent Book of the Hebrew Prophet Isaiah and explaining it to a Christian audience. Certainly, you will enjoy and benefit from this book!” —Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, Chief Rabbi of Efrat and Founder, Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation.
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Isaiah End Times and Messiah in Judaism
Israel Rosenberg currently works as a tour guide at the Western Wall Tunnels in Jerusalem. His interactions with Christian tourists in particular gave him the inspiration for Isaiah. Rosenberg’s first book, Rak Besorot Tovot, was published in May 2013 by Orion Publishing House. This is his second book. Rosenberg lives in Jerusalem with his wife and four children.