Given that there is lots of material floating around on the internet, I went ahead and pout together all our posts on Messianism and the Messiahship of Jesus. I have also included a couple of articles by Glen Miller.
The Return of the Kosher Pig: Who is the Jewish Messiah?
Sung Jin Park: Melchizedek as a Covenantal Figure: The Biblical Theology of The Eschatological Royal Priesthood
A Look At Richard Bauckham’s Jesus and the God of Israel: God Crucified and Other Studies on the New Testament’s Christology of Divine Identity
Jesus as Co-Creator – Michael Heiser
A Closer Look at Isaiah 52:13- 53: 12: Who is the Servant of the Lord?
IS PSALM 110 A MESSIANIC PSALM? Barry C. Davis
Why Study Messianic Prophecy? Tips in Studying Messianic Prophecy
A Look at Messianic Prophecy: A Look at the Timing of the Messiah’s Coming: Genesis 49:8-12: The Universal Rule of the Messiah
Dr. Michael Heiser: The Jewish Trinity
The Trinity in the Old Testament
Virgin Birth Prophecy Jesus and the Old Testament – Dr. Michael Heiser
The Son of God by Ben Witherington III
THE INTERPRETATION OF OLD TESTAMENT PROPHECY by J. Randolph Jaeggli*
Does the NT contradict the Hebrew Bible in its discussions of the ‘passing away’ of the Mosaic Law? by Glen Miller
Are Christians committing Idolatry and Violating the 2nd Commandant in the worship of Jesus? by Glenn Miller
Handling a Rabbi’s Objection: The Messianic Mission and the Inclusion of the Gentiles into God’s Redemptive Plan
The Dividing Point Between Judaism and Christianity: The Messiahship of Jesus
Is the Gospel Still “To the Jew First?”
Why Jesus is Qualified to be the “Messiah”: A Look at “The Reign of God” in the Bible
Isaiah 53 Who is the servant?
Why Would God Become a Jewish Man? A Look at the Jewish Background of the Incarnation
Psalm 110:1 and the New Testament: Herbert W. Bateman IV
The Messianic Hope by Julian Kinkaid
A Look at Messianic Prophecy: Four Ways the New Testament Authors Use the Hebrew Bible
Is Jesus the Messiah? Part Two: The Resurrection of The Davidic King
A Look at Messianic Prophecy: Hints and Signs of the Coming King in the Old Testament
The Divinity of Jesus in Early Judaism
Hosea’s Prophecy and The Return of the King
Rabbi J. Immanuel Schochet: Isaiah 53 is about the Jewish Messiah
Three Reasons Why Jesus is Qualified to be called the “Messiah”
A Look at Messianic Prophecy: Who is the Prophet of Deuteronomy 18:15-18?”
Why Jesus is Qualified to be called the “Messiah.” A Look at the Miracles of Jesus
Why Jesus is the Jewish Messiah: A Look at the Names for the Messiah
The Crucified Jew: Why Jesus Continues to be a Stumbling Block to the Jewish People
“No, Jesus is not the Messiah!”: Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus
Was Jesus Really a Failed Prophet?
A Look at Messianic Prophecy and the Promise of The New Covenant
Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus
Handling an Objection: Jewish people don’t believe that a human can be sacrificed for sin! Atonement and the Case for a Suffering Messiah in Judaism”
A Look at Jewish Messianism: A Crucified Messiah:What An Embarrassment!
Miller, Glenn: Did the Messianic Jewish Believers Use the OT Deceitfully or Ignorantly in the New Testament?
Miller, Glenn: Messianic Expectations in 1st Century Judaism: Documentation from Non-Christian Sources
What is Messianic Apologetics?
The Messiah in Light of Rabbinical Writings: Risto Santala
Marshall, I. Howard: The Messiah in the First Century: A Review Article
Skarsaune, Oskar:The Cultural Dimension: Judaism and Hellenism”, Chapter 1 of In the Shadow of the Temple: Jewish Influences on Early Christianity
Craig Evans: Prophet, Sage, Healer, Messiah, and Martyr: Types and Identities of Jesus – in Stanley E. Porter and Tom Holmén (eds.), Handbook for Study of the Historical Jesus (4 vols., Leiden: Brill, 2010) 2:1217-43.
Craig Evans: Messianic Hopes and Messianic Figures in Late Antiquity – Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism 3 (2006) 9-40.