In this, his second book discussing the evidence supporting the Messianic faith, Professor Futerman focuses on the question of intellectual honesty and integrity. How do those who call themselves Messianic Jews, that is to say, those from a Jewish background who believe in both the Old and New Testaments, face intellectual objections that appear to directly challenge the very basis of their faith? Should such issues be ignored, dealt with superficially, or dealt with head-on? And in dealing with such challenges, what is the most appropriate and intellectually honest approach? What is the supporting evidence that gives believers such confidence in their faith?