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


“Church Relations with the Jews during the German Occupation of Norway, 194045”  Torleiv Austad

“Luther and the Jews: A Messianic Jewish Approach”  Richard Harvey

“The Hermeneutics of the New Righteous Among the Nations”  Olivier J. Melnick

“Hildegard of Bingen’s Vision of Synagoga: A Philosemitic Polemic and Its Modern Jewish Reception”  Judith Mendelsohn Rood

“Christian Antisemitism’s Potent Recipe: Theological, Ethical, Ecclesiastical, and Political Ingredients in Historical Context”  Brian Crawford


“Review of Rabbi Jason Sobel’s Mysteries of the Messiah: Unveiling Divine Connections from Genesis to Today”  Richard Harvey

“Review of Evan Moffic’s Reading the Old Testament through Jewish Eyes: A Study of the Scriptures Jesus Read”  Rich Robinson

“Brief Book Notes”  Rich Robinson

From the Israeli Scene

“Anti-Semitism Lifts Its Appalling Head as Believers Dive into Conspiracies”  Sanna Erelä



“Church Mothers – Creative Women with Many Roles” Anni Maria Laato

“Deaconesses as Levites” Pauliina Pylvänäine

“Edith Stein and Me” Judith M. Rood

“Emilia Baeyertz: The ‘Jewish Lady Evangelist'” Rich Robinson

“Dared to Believe: The Story of Maisie Pillemer, a South African Missionary to the Jewish People” Andrew Barron

“The Israeli Take on the Female Question” Alec Goldberg

“The Place of Women in the Israeli Messianic Jewish Community” Vered Hillel & Lisa Loden


“A Catholic Approach to Messianic Judaism” Raymond Lillevik

“Jewish Christians in Puritan England” Richard Harvey

“Missionaries, Converts, and Rabbis” Rich Robinson

“Exploring Our Hebraic Heritage” Rich Robinson

“From the Israeli Scene: Israeli Coexistence Between Glass Walls” Tanja Shoshani

“Jewish Christians, Messianic Jews, and the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD) in Christian-Jewish Encounters since 1945: An Overview” Ulrich Laepple

“Your Word is Truth: The Identity of the Bible as Two Natures” Raymond Lillevik

“Negotiating a Messianic Identity Through the Use of Space and Art” Christine Eidsheim

“New Technology on the Dead Sea Scrolls” Torleif Elgvin

“Review: Dual Citizenship” Richard Harvey

“Review: Fellow Travellers” Richard Harvey

“Thoughts from the Sidelines: Why Didn’t Jesus Bring Messianic Redemption to the People of Israel?” Torleif Elgvin

“From the Israeli Scene: Cross-Cultural Encounters with Shame” Sanna Erelä


“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