"It is the same with the Law of God. If Jesus promised to fulfill it but instead abolished it, then He would be a liar and not the Son of God [...] Do you know this is one of the greatest objections to the gospel that religious Jews have had? If Jesus was truly the Messiah, why did He do away with the Law?" [Brown, Our Hands are Stained With Blood]
"I have come to the conclusion that rabbinic traditions have little or no place in our private lives or public services," [from: http://askdrbrown.org/portfolio/the-place-of-rabbinic-tradition-in-messianic-judaism/]
At first, when I used to watch videotaped debates between Dr. Brown and Orthodox Jewish rabbis, I thought, "Wow, he's winning the debate! He's more persuasive!"
I was wrong.
Dr. Brown has written extensively (more so than anyone in Messianic Judaism) about how to respond to Jewish objections to Yeshua. And yet he missed the biggest objection of all!
They can't accept what he has to say because he is anti-rabbinic and, therefore, anti-Judaic.
Given that Yeshua says that some Jewish traditions carry the same authority as Torah mi-Sinai (see Mathew 23), Dr. Brown's assertion that rabbinic traditions have little or no place in our private lives or public services goes against Yeshua's instructions and against Torah.
How great a witness Dr. Brown could be if he would stop attacking Judaism (which is an attack on Jews when you think about it)! He is a brilliant man...this is very unfortunate.