Mishkan is a unique international journal that provides a forum where issues related to the Gospel and the Jewish people are raised. Mishkan explores the critical issues facing Jewish evangelism, Hebrew-Christian/Messianic-Jewish identity and Jewish-Christian relations. Bringing academic excellence and contemporary relevance, expert contributions from both scholars and ministry leaders create a lively dialogue of theory and practice, giving unique insight into these issues.

As of 2014, Mishkan has solely been published online. You can view previous Mishkan issues in our archive, below. Printed journals are also available for purchase at the Caspari Center office in Jerusalem.

Mishkan Archive

“Kabbalah and Christ: The Christian Use of Jewish Mysticism Since the Renaissance” Dr. William Varner

“The “Nasara” in the Quran: A Jewish-Christian Window into the Middle Eastern Jesus-followers in the 7th and 21st Centuries” Judith Mendelsohn Rood, PhD, and Paul W. Rood

“What Hath Maimonides Wrought?” Amy Downey

“Review: Learning Messiah” Rich Robinson

“Reaction to A Review of Learning Messiah” Edjan Westerman

“Thoughts from the Sidelines” Torleif Elgvin

“From the Israeli Scene: Shabbat” Sanna Erelä

“The Roots of Jerusalem” Andreas Johansson

“Jerusalem as Egeria Saw it” Anni Maria Laato

“A Catholic Reflection from the Midst of the Conflict” Rev. Dr. David Mark Neuhaus SJ

“The Besorah, Jerusalem, and the Jewish People” Mark S. Kinzer

“On the Political Rhetoric of Toponyms” Judith Mendelsohn Rood




“C. S. Lewis and the Jewish Imagination” Andrew Barron with Tirzah Walker

“Belazel as Biblical Artist” Gene Edward Veith

“Imagination and Critique in the Work of Johann Georg Hamann” Knut Alfsvåg

“Report on the 2018 Conference for the Association for Jewish Studies” Stan Meyer

“Review: Hollywood’s Chosen People” Stan Meyer

“‘Rak Ivrit’ — From the Israeli Scene” Elisabeth Levy



“Moses and the Resurrection of the Dead according to the Torah”

” The Resurrection of the Dead in Biblical Tradition”

“Answering Objections to the Resurrection of Yeshua the Messiah”

“Halakha and Salvation”

“From the Israeli Scene”


“Martin Luther and the Toledot Yeshu Tradition”

“The Reformation and the Jewish People:Culpable Heritage and Belated Renewal”

“The Lutheran Church and the Jewish People in Denmark”

“A Reflection on Luther by a Jewish Believer in Jesus”

“Three Sources of Inspiration behind Luther’s Anti-Jewish Writings”

“The Secret of the Reformation”

Book Reviews:

– “Luther’s Jews: A Journey into Anti-Semitism“, by Thomas Kaufmann

– “Luther and the Jews: Putting Right the Lies”, by Richard S. Harvey

Martin Luther’s Anti-Semitism: Against His Better Judgment”, by Eric W. Gritsch

“From the Israeli Scene”