Recently I learned about Martin Luther's anti-Jewish book, The Jews and Their Lies which makes all of the accusations of anti-Semetism against him make a lot more sense given that they're explcitly stated.
But one thing that I thought was interesting was that the concrete arguments he gives seem to be a fairly well built, if vitriolic example of the Christian polemic against the Jews. They seem to basically be the same ones used today, only without any restraint.
Unfortunately the only works I was able to find on this were more about its suggestions (like burning down Synagogues), its effects (Kristelnacht and possibly the Holocaust), but not about its arguments. It's been almost 500 years since it came out, so it seems like some learned Jew must have read it. Is there anywhere I can find a Jewish scholar having gone through that specific book and refute Luther's arguments?
I am not asking for discussion or on this essay, only any possible Jewish answer that may have already been written at any time during the past 500 years.