Jim wanted to take his legal expertise as lawyer and apply it to the Scriptures. In these two books he presents evidence for the existence of God, as well as the historical validity of the Bible, and the life, death, and resurrection of Yeshua, among many other topics. As he would do in a courtroom, Jacob anticipates and systematically refutes many of the rebuttal arguments often offered by skeptics because he was once one himself.

The exciting thing is that all of this is done not only from the perspective of a disciple of Yeshua but from a Jewish believer no less.