I really don't remember if I have ever seen a book solely dedicated to evangelizing the Jews, but Michael Brown has provided this resource to us. This is the first of his three volumes, with the final volume being released in 2003. (Boy, I sure wish that we could have had the opportunity to buy one large combined volume; it's no fun trying to remember which of the three books where you saw something and then try to reference the point.) I plan on reading the other two volumes as well. Although there were some places where the writing is a little dry and hard to stay focused, overall I appreciated the questions that were raised and how Brown was able to answer them. I like the fact that Brown is a Jewish Christian, so while some of his brethren may not consider him to be a true "Jew," I think he probably has more authority than a typical "goyyim" like me! His sympathy of the Jewish mindset was very much appreciated. Overall, this book is an excellent resource and has found a place on my bookshelf. I will read the other two volumes and utilize Brown's arguments in the years to come.
Michael Brown effectively answers the many questions Jews have about the Christian faith. But this book is only the start of the journey. With it's excellent endnotes it gives you many other books to read through to gain a further understanding of the problems of evangelizing Jews. Another must read for any Christian is Michael's book "Our Hands are Stained With Blood". It is nearly impossible to speak to a Jew about Jesus without knowing what the so called church has done to the Jews throughout history. It also fills in a lot of the history that Michael covered in the historical part of the book. Once you read this first in the series you will want to read the second, it will help you in witnessing to Jews as well as Gentile.