Rabbi Michael J. Cook, PhD, is professor of intertestamental and early Christian literatures and holds the Sol and Arlene Bronstein Professorship in Judaeo-Christian Studies at Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion. He is author of Modern Jews Engage the New Testament: Enhancing Jewish Well-Being in a Christian Environment and is a leader in the field of Jewish-Christian relations.
Rabbi Michael J. Cook, PhD, is available to speak on the following topics:

Jews, Jesus and Gospel Dynamics: Why the Future Is Not What It Used to Be

From Calvary to Oberammergau 2010: The Impact of Jesus’ Death on Jewish Life

Now That Jesus Hasn’t Returned, What Does It Mean for the Jews?

Jesus Was No Myth, But Who Then Was He?

And as They Were at Table Eating (Mk 14): Could the Last Supper Have Been a Seder?

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