I came across this book and thought that I'd share it. It was written from a very Jewish perspective, but obviously by a messianic. I found two things very interesting about it. First, the author spends a good deal of time writing about Paul in a historic Jewish context (I'll give away the ending: he is not a fan). Second, he develops a theory toward the end of the book about what might have happened to the original followers of Yeshua among the Jewish people after the destruction of the Temple. He theorizes that a group of Messianic Jews remained among the Rabbinical Jewish population and secretly carried on teaching about Yeshua for some time, and eventually had a major impact on Judaism. Some very good history in here, lots of research, and intriguing ideas. The writer obviously comes from an orthodox Jewish background/education and some of the Hebraisms require work to get through if you don't come from that world. Even so, it's worth a look.