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.

The Latest Research Papers

The most recent Olive Press Research Papers.

  • OPRP No. 34 - The Messianic Pendulum
    The Messianic Pendulum
    by Simon Hawthorne

    Issue Number: 34

    Published: June 2018

    Swinging between hope and hurt: 135-2000 C.E.

    Download: OPRP 34

  • OPRP 33
    Felix Pratensis and Jacob Ben Chaim IBN Adonijah
    by Jim R. Sibley, PHD of Israel College of the Bible

    Issue Number: 33

    Published: February 2018

    Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangelism 10th International Conference, 16-21 August 2015 Jerusalem, Israel

    Download: OPRP 33

  • OPRP #32
    Could the Holocaust Really Have an Impact on the Third Generation?
    by Stephanie Gutmann

    Issue Number: 32

    Published: September 2017

    An honest and personal paper on the effects of the Holocaust.

    Download: OPRP 32

  • OPRP 31
    The Parting of The Ways?
    by Alex Jacob

    Issue Number: 31

    Published: April 2017

    A brief historical and theological reflection on the development of Rabbinic Judaism and 'Messianic Judaism/Christianity' from the ministry of Jesus to the destruction of the temple.

    Download: OPRP 31

Lectures & Talks

Hear the archive of our visiting lecturers and staff talks.

  • Ephesians 3
    by Alex Jacob

    Date: 14 November 2018

    Download as mp3

  • Lewis Way
    by Alex Jacob

    Date: 10 October 2018

    Download as mp3

  • Hear O Israel
    by Aaron Eime

    Date: 12 September 2018

    Aaron spoke at the CMJ September Staff Lecture as part of his UK tour in September 2018.

    Download as mp3

  • The relationship between the community of Qumran and the beginnings of the Church
    by Alex Jacob

    Date: 15 May 2018

    Alex Jacob from CMJ on the subject of the relationship between the community of Qumran and the beginnings of the Church.

    Download as mp3