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From David to Destruction: Mining Essential Lessons from Sefer Melachim By Rabbi Chaim Jachter
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In From David to Destruction, Rabbi Chaim Jachter presents new solutions to both classic and previously unaddressed issues in the study of Sefer Melachim and Tanach. Combining traditional... More > commentaries with innovative interpretations, From David to Destruction provides key insights into the spiritual challenges faced by the Jewish leadership and nation during the First Temple period, and applies the narratives of Sefer Melachim to contemporary Hashkafic issues. From David to Destruction: Mining Essential Lessons from Sefer Melachim comprises an intensive study of Shlomo HaMelech, Yarav’am ben Nevat, Beit Achav, Eliyahu HaNavi, Elisha, Yeshayahu HaNavi, Achaz, Chizkiyahu, Menashe, Yoshiyahu, Yirmiyahu HaNavi, and more.< Less
Beyond Today: Israel At 70, the Amazing Story By United Church of God
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Beyond Today Magazine -- May/June 2018 -- Israel is once again in the news as it celebrates the 70th anniversary of its founding as a modern state, as the United States prepares to move its embassy... More > to Jerusalem, and Hamas-organized protesters in Gaza pledge to overrun the border, retake Jerusalem and drive the Jews out of the land. What’s behind the ongoing turmoil in this deeply troubled region? Does Bible prophecy give us insight and understanding? Where are events here leading? Be sure to read this issue carefully to gain the understanding you won’t find in other sources! Inside this issue -- Israel at 70: The Amazing Story -- God’s Enduring Love for Israel -- Israel’s Amazing Accomplishments -- Jerusalem’s Temple Mount: Center of Conflict -- A Brief History of Jerusalem’s Temple Mount -- Another Temple Mount Battle: Where Was It Located? -- Who Are the Palestinians? -- Mini-Study: Focus on the Middle East -- Finds Confirm Scripture, Ancient Jewish History< Less
End Time Prophecy Unsealed By Pastor Tom Colburn
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This book seeks to review Bible prophecy related to the end times in a consistent manner, resisting liberties taken in so many works on prophecy. For instance, common theories such as the so-called... More > Gap Theory which proposes a 2,000+ year gap between the 69th and 70th weeks of Daniel's 70 week prophecy is nowhere mentioned in the Bible. It's a theory postulated and injected into prophecy teachings to make sense of another common theory (a future, rebuilt Jewish temple). This too is nowhere found in Scripture. Pastor Colburn seeks to unwrap Bible prophecy without resorting to these giant assumptions. Daniel asserts some prophecy was to be sealed until the very and times. Attempts to understand this prophecy prior to the end times would necessarily be fruitless no matter how sincere the student. The unsealing of this prophecy is not to the credit of Pastor Colburn or any other theologian, but rather to the time in history we now find ourselves in.< Less
The King James Version of the Bible By King James
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The Christian Bible is divided into two parts. The first is called the Old Testament, containing the (minimum) 39 books of Hebrew Scripture, and the second portion is called the New Testament,... More > containing a set of 27 books. The first four books of the New Testament form the Canonical gospels which recount the life of Christ and are central to the Christian faith. Christian Bibles include the books of the Hebrew Bible, but arranged in a different order: Jewish Scripture ends with the people of Israel restored to Jerusalem and the temple and the Christian arrangement ends with the book of the prophet Malachi. During the three centuries following the establishment of Christianity in the 1st century, Church Fathers compiled Gospel accounts and letters of apostles into a Christian Bible which became known as the New Testament. The Old and New Testaments together are commonly referred to as "The Holy Bible". The King James Version (KJV), commonly known as Authorized Version (AV) or King James Bible KJB..)< Less
Home and Church Bible Study Commentaries from the Book of Ezekiel By Larry D. Alexander
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During this second invasion (597 B.C.), Nebuchadnezzar deported an even larger group of Judah’s upper and middle class citizens to Babylon, and among this group was a young twenty-six year old... More > priest in training named, Ezekiel. This group of Jewish captives was placed in the region of Tel Aviv, along a wide canal that links two branches of the Euphrates known as the Kebar River. There, they were treated more as colonists than slaves and enjoyed many privileges. It was there on the banks of the Kebar River, that, in 593 B.C., a now thirty old Ezekiel received his calling from GOD (Ezekiel 1 & 2). Thirty years old is the minimum age that priests are actually allowed to begin serving in the temple (Numbers 4:1-3). And so, as the LORD would have it, it was from that place, that Ezekiel first served the LORD by delivering his first prophetic message to his fellow captives in Babylon.< Less
Our Christian Roots By Michael Langford
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The Quakers once had a clear and positive alternative to what usually passes for Christianity. George Fox had a sound knowledge of Scripture and a good understanding of early Christian development... More > and he combined this with an unusual appreciation of what that could still mean to us now. He believed that there was something badly wrong with the way in which the gospel of Jesus was being presented and that this betrayal had started only about forty years after the death of Jesus. That brings us to 70 CE — the end of the Jewish War against Rome and the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. It was the decisive turning point in the development of both Judaism and Christianity. What evidence is there to validate the claim made by Fox that for Christians this was also the beginning of what he called “The Great Apostasy”? Our Christian Roots presents a historical review of Christian origins that is in line with Scripture and modern scholarship and invites Friends to think again about their “Christian roots”.< Less
World War III - Salvation of the Jews (Paperback) By Rabbi Simon Altaf Hakohen
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Paperback: How will the salvation of the Jews come about, will they convert to Christianity? Are the Jews in Israel the genetic children of Israel? Will the 3rd Temple be built before the coming of... More > the Messiah? Will we have a war with Iran and when? When will the Messiah come, who is he? Who is the prince of Ezekiel and why is he making sin sacrifices? Should we support the Jewish Aliyah to Israel? Rabbi Simon is the only Rabbi to look at the thorny issues that no one has addressed to date while many people mostly run with popular churchy opinions colored by bad theology by picking and choosing verses in isolation. Is modern Zionism biblical? Is Israel right to take over territories occupied by Palestinians today? Should people be selling up homes to go and live in Israel? All these questions and even more answered in this book the sequel to the popular prophecy book World War III - Unmasking the End-Times Beast.< Less
Original Commentary on Acts: The Classic Bible Commentary Concerning the New Testament Book of Acts (Hardcover) By J. W. McGarvey
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J. W. McGarvey's superb commentary on the Acts of the Apostles is an example of New Testament analysis and discussion accomplished with expertise, scholarship and lucidity. As a scholar of the... More > Bible, McGarvey was struck by the lack of a reliable and authoritative readings of the Book of Acts. Such an important work of Christian history (Acts relates the early spread of the Christian faith through the Roman Empire and beyond) had not received an organized and sequential analysis explaining to readers. The overarching message of Acts is simply that the reason followers of Jesus Christ created an entirely new church distinct from Judaism, is that the Jewish priesthood and temple rejected his teachings and principles. The book depicts a time of rapid change; the legal distinctions of Judaism and Christianity are discussed by St. Luke, as is the apparent contradiction of the Jews rejecting a messiah who was himself born a Jew.< Less
Original Commentary on Acts: The Classic Bible Commentary Concerning the New Testament Book of Acts By J. W. McGarvey
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J. W. McGarvey's superb commentary on the Acts of the Apostles is an example of New Testament analysis and discussion accomplished with expertise, scholarship and lucidity. As a scholar of the... More > Bible, McGarvey was struck by the lack of a reliable and authoritative readings of the Book of Acts. Such an important work of Christian history (Acts relates the early spread of the Christian faith through the Roman Empire and beyond) had not received an organized and sequential analysis explaining to readers. The overarching message of Acts is simply that the reason followers of Jesus Christ created an entirely new church distinct from Judaism, is that the Jewish priesthood and temple rejected his teachings and principles. The book depicts a time of rapid change; the legal distinctions of Judaism and Christianity are discussed by St. Luke, as is the apparent contradiction of the Jews rejecting a messiah who was himself born a Jew.< Less
The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (The Former Prophets and The Holy Writings) Joshua to Esther By Rev. David Bauscher
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The Aramaic Peshitta Old Testament (The Former Prophets and The Holy Writings) Joshua to Esther (12 historical books) is translated from the world's oldest complete Semitic Bible - Codex Ambrosianus... More > (6th century AD. The Peshitta Old Testament Bible is written in Aramaic and was translated from early Hebrew manuscripts in the 1st century A.D., before the Massoretic Hebrew text edition became the standard. The Massoretic edition is that used today in Jewish synagogues and temples worldwide and is the text translated to produce most Bible translations of the Old Testament. The Peshitta's Aramaic (Aramaic is a sister Semitic language to Hebrew) gives us a clear look at what the Hebrew Bible text was before the corrupt Scribes of Jesus' time and earlier had altered many of its readings for theological and political reasons. This is English only. 6x9" hardback; 308 pages with notes.< Less

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