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Jewish Roots By Isaac Israel
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Written by a Messianic Jew who received barmitzvah-training in an Orthodox synagogue, Jewish Roots is a totally unique exploration of the Hebraic roots of the Christian faith. This volume provides... More > the reader with concepts and terminology that will fully illuminate the instructions of Yeshua (Jesus) and the Sheliachim (Apostles). Now the precious drashot (teachings) of Messiah can be understood by modern Christians as they were meant to be understood by Jewish believers two thousand years ago. Large Print Edition.< Less
Jewish Roots of the Christian Faith By Warren Bennett
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A study of the Jewish Roots of Christianity during the the life of Jesus.
My Jewish Bessarabian Roots By Ella Romm
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The author completed a comprehensive research on her Jewish ancestry. The oldest ancestor was born around 1780 in Bessarabia, now Moldova, and more than 300 descendants from different continents were... More > identified during the research. The book includes historical facts, memoirs, graphs and statistics.< Less
My Jewish Bessarabian Roots By Ella Romm
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The author completed a comprehensive research on her Jewish ancestry. The oldest ancestor was born around 1780 in Bessarabia, now Moldova, and more than 300 descendants from different continents were... More > identified during the research. The book includes historical facts, memoirs, graphs and statistics.< Less
Jewish Hermeneutics By James Trimm
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Judaism has very systematic refined rules for understanding the Scriptures. Christianity differs not in having an alternate set of agreed upon rules, but in having no agreed upon rules whatsoever! As... More > the Christian "Church Father" Jerome wrote: 'The Jews insist upon a literal interpretation of the Scripture based on thirteen rules, but we know that the spiritual interpretation is far superior.' 2Tim. 2:15 Justifies use of hermeneutics by indicating that there is a right way to understand the scriptures. This book will teach you: ~The need for hermeneutics. ~The Basic Principles of Hermeneutics ~Primary Logic Errors and how to avoid them ~The Four levels of understanding of a passage. ~The Peshar Method used at Qumran ~The Seven Rules of Hillel (and how they are used by NT writers) ~The Thirteen Rules of Ishmael ~The 32 Rules of Eliezer ~The Forms of Midrashic Exegesis (and examples of them in the NT) ~How the Hebrew Poetic forms can be an important key to understanding a passage.< Less
Czech Roots By Nic Wright
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In July 2001 my wife Sara and I had an InterRail holiday in Europe, most of which was spent in the Czech Republic. Some of the time we stayed with my pen friend Bohumil Štícha. This is... More > an account of the parts of the holiday that relate to the history of my family in that country, especially Wilhelm and Hedwig Schiller, my maternal grandparents. Hedwig and Wilhelm had two children, Kurt (Ken) and Klementine (Kay). Kurt's escape from Austria to England in 1938 is written up in The Schiller Family – 1938 and All That (typewritten family document). Klementine escaped in 1939, married Frank Wright and had two children, Nic, the author, and Jackie. I first wrote this in December 2002 as a photo scrapbook for my mother. In this form, it is intended as a family document. Firstly, I deal with Theresienstadt, the Jewish transit camp that Wilhelm and Hedwig were sent to in 1942. Then I describe what we found in Pohrlitz, where they and our ancestors were born. Nic Wright, December 2009< Less
Czech Roots By Nic Wright
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In July 2001 my wife Sara and I had an InterRail holiday in Europe, most of which was spent in the Czech Republic. Some of the time we stayed with my pen friend Bohumil Štícha. This is... More > an account of the parts of the holiday that relate to the history of my family in that country, especially Wilhelm and Hedwig Schiller, my maternal grandparents. Hedwig and Wilhelm had two children, Kurt (Ken) and Klementine (Kay). Kurt's escape from Austria to England in 1938 is written up in The Schiller Family – 1938 and All That (typewritten family document). Klementine escaped in 1939, married Frank Wright and had two children, Nic, the author, and Jackie. I first wrote this in December 2002 as a photo scrapbook for my mother. In this form, it is intended as a family document. Firstly, I deal with Theresienstadt, the Jewish transit camp that Wilhelm and Hedwig were sent to in 1942. Then I describe what we found in Pohrlitz, where they and our ancestors were born. Nic Wright, December 2009< Less
Nazarene Jewish Manifesto By James Trimm
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This book re-establishes the basic tenets and history of the Nazarene/Netzarim sect of Judaism. It demonstrates this through history, prophecy, and translation of ancient texts. The author, James... More > Scott Trimm, has translated many texts fro Hebrew and Aramaic into English while retaining the unique idiomatic context of the source. Among his works is the Hebrew Roots Version Bible - translated from Hebrew and Aramaic sources.< Less
Nazarene Jewish Manifesto By James Trimm
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This book re-establishes the basic tenets and history of the Nazarene/Netzarim sect of Judaism. It demonstrates this through history, prophecy, and translation of ancient texts. The author, James... More > Scott Trimm, has translated many texts fro Hebrew and Aramaic into English while retaining the unique idiomatic context of the source. Among his works is the Hebrew Roots Version Bible - translated from Hebrew and Aramaic sources.< Less
Sadhana HaMelech Root Text By Philip Richman
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The basic text. It has a spiral binding and will lie flat on a table to free the hands in meditation practice. This book contains Jewish prayers combined with meditation and visualizations arranged... More > according to the Tibetan Buddhist style of sadhana liturgy. It is intended for spiritual practice for: 1. Those who want a way to combine traditional Jewish prayer with visualizations and meditations. 2. Jews who want to incorporate Buddhist meditation into their Jewish observance. 3. Buddhists of Jewish extraction who want a way to participate in Judaism as part of their path of meditation. Commentary and discussion of the sadhana and the relationship of Judaism to Buddhist meditation are in a companion text entitled The Shofar and the White Conch. There is second version which incorporates more of the standard daily Hebrew prayers is available entitled Sadhana HaMelech Version Two.< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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