The Ancient Scriptures and the Modern Jew is a religious work written by David Baron, a Jewish convert to Christianity, in which he states the case of the general condition of his nation at the end of the nineteenth century. The work is divided into two parts. The first part consists of related expositions of some of the most remarkable prophetic statements in the ancient Scriptures. They are independent Bible Studies of very sincere and important subjects, but organized in a progressive order, presenting that the turning centuries unfold an everlasting purpose, and that prophecy was history written in advance. The second part is written with the goal to present, from a Christian and Bible standpoint, an all-round view of The Jewish Question, which will see the pressure rising upon the attention of the nations, and the development of which must be observed with the highest possible interest.