A Reaction to Messianic Missionaries is a compelling re-examination of the missionary/counter-missionary drama. Appalled by the nefarious tactics of Christian missionaries disguised as Jews, Rabbanit Simani takes the offensive and meets the Jews for Jesus organization head-on. In Part I, “Wolves in sheep’s clothing”, Rabbanit Simani introduces the reader to recent events that prompted the writing of A Reaction to Messianic Missionaries. She proceeds to examine and give clear, evidence-based counter-arguments to the so-called Isaiah 53 Campaign.
Part II, “How we got where we are”, outlines the diverging and conflicting historical paths of the development of Judaism from the faith of Abraham to the Yeshivoth of Hillel and Shammai and of Christianity from primal mysteries through the composition of the Christian Text. It is in Part III, “Why Jews reject Christianity”, that the Rabbanit ties all strands together with her unique perspectives on why the Messianic missionaries are wrong to target Jews. A must-read for anyone seriously interested in who was or will be the Messiah.