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?