CMJ has a number of research papers which are available for free download. These are papers various members of CMJ staff/ reps and other interested people have written looking into specific areas of Jewish-Christian related issues, which we believe will be of interest to you.
A devotional teaching resource for pilgrims to Israel
Download: A Pilgrim's Progress by Rev Alex Jacob
Exploring God’s Big Mission Plan
Download: Isaac & Ishmael by Rev Alex Jacob
A study of the life of Charles Simeon, his love for the Jewish people and his connection to CMJ as he devoted much of his time and energy to us.
The significance of Psalm 110:1 in the New Testament by Frank Booth
Download: Risen and Exalted - Psalm 110
A devotional exploration of Mark 15:21-16:8 by Rev. Alex Jacob
Download: Crucifixion to Resurrection
Primo Levi was born into a bourgeois Jewish family in Turin, Italy. In 1941, he graduated from Turin University and two years later joined the Partisan resistance movement in the mountains of Italy. However, in December 1943, he was captured and sent to a deportation camp in Fossili. Two months later the whole camp was deported to Auschwitz. Out of his particular convoy of 650 people, Levi was one of 15 people to return.
In her dialogue with Levi’s work, Naomi Barker seeks to explore, with full appreciation and respect, Levi’s work.
Download: Primo Levi
The history of mission is at one level inseparable from the history of the Church, for a core purpose of the Church is to participate in the mission of God and to make known the Gospel of Jesus. Alex Jacob offers a synoptic history of Jewish mission by outlining twelve historical and theological reflections alongside some of his own insights.
A study, by Rev Alex Jacob, exploring the life and ministry of John the Baptist.
Download: The Lord is Gracious