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INTRODUCTION TO BIBLICAL HISTORY By Ethan Allen
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This book covers Biblical history up to about 500 AD to 600 AD. I cover the material in a higher level overview. I include some place markers so the reader may find the material in Josephus’... More > works. The Old Testament covers the period from Creation up through the fall of the First Temple in 586 BC. The New Testament covers the period from around 25 AD up to around 100 AD. The period of time between the fall of the First Temple (586 BC) and the beginning New Testament period (25 AD) is called the Intertestamental period, or the Silent years. For this book I mainly use “The Works of Josephus”. Josephus lived from 30 AD to around 100 AD. His works cover Creation up to his death around 100 AD. He personally saw the 66 AD to 73 AD Roman-Jewish War. I supplement the Intertestamental period and the New Testamental period with several commentaries.< Less
INTRODUCTION TO BIBLICAL HISTORY By Ethan Allen
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This book covers Biblical history up to about 500 AD to 600 AD. I cover the material in a higher level overview. I include some place markers so the reader may find the material in Josephus’... More > works. The Old Testament covers the period from Creation up through the fall of the First Temple in 586 BC. The New Testament covers the period from around 25 AD up to around 100 AD. The period of time between the fall of the First Temple (586 BC) and the beginning New Testament period (25 AD) is called the Intertestamental period, or the Silent years. For this book I mainly use “The Works of Josephus”. Josephus lived from 30 AD to around 100 AD. His works cover Creation up to his death around 100 AD. He personally saw the 66 AD to 73 AD Roman-Jewish War. I supplement the Intertestamental period and the New Testamental period with several commentaries.< Less
Studies in Ezra, Nehemiah, & Esther By Dennis Dinger
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The history books Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther contain records of life during the 70-year captivity of the children of Israel, as well as records of their return to Jerusalem after the captivity. Ezra... More > records the return to rebuild the House of God; Nehemiah records the return to rebuild the walls and gates of Jerusalem; and Esther records an attempt in Shushan, during the reign of the Persian King Ahasuerus, to wipe out all Jews. Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther all faced adversaries to the Lord’s work and to the Lord’s people. As with all projects of the Lord, adversaries set up roadblocks to hinder their success. The House of God, the walls, and the gates were successfully completed, and the whole Jewish people were saved from destruction. The Lord God insured that projects were completed, enemies were stifled, and the children of Israel remained safe!< Less
A Chanukah Story By Carl Levine
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Perhaps, it was the old oil menorah. Possibly it happened when Mendel lit the wick and watched as the mysterious flame leaped about and swayed back and forth in apparent dance of uncontrollable... More > joy. Maybe it was a dream? Maybe, it wasn't! No matter, as you will soon see. In a powerful gust of tornado like winds, our little club of brave and courageous cousins were instantly transported back in time, to ancient Jerusalem. Far, far back, to the year 139 BCE! Follow along with the children as they travel the rocky, dusty roads of the holy city. Share their amazement and disbelief when they see with their own eyes the real Beit ha-Midrash that they so often only read about. Share their shock and awe when their Shabbos guest arrives and it is Yehuda Maccabee. Experience their thrill as they listen to his vivid description of his famous battles. Join the cousins as they participate in the re-lighting of the great temples menorah. Did the children change history?< Less
A Chanukah Story By Carl Levine
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Perhaps, it was the old oil menorah. Possibly it happened when Mendel lit the wick and watched as the mysterious flame leaped about and swayed back and forth in apparent dance of uncontrollable... More > joy. Maybe it was a dream? Maybe, it wasn't! No matter, as you will soon see. In a powerful gust of tornado like winds, our little club of brave and courageous cousins were instantly transported back in time, to ancient Jerusalem. Far, far back, to the year 139 BCE! Follow along with the children as they travel the rocky, dusty roads of the holy city. Share their amazement and disbelief when they see with their own eyes the real Beit ha-Midrash that they so often only read about. Share their shock and awe when their Shabbos guest arrives and it is Yehuda Maccabee. Experience their thrill as they listen to his vivid description of his famous battles. Join the cousins as they participate in the re-lighting of the great temples menorah. Did the children change history?< Less
The Walls Came Down By Bill Kassler
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If you knew nothing about a church, how would you find one? William Kassler wondered too as he journeyed from church to church knowing Whom he was looking for. How does your Church or Temple... More > measure up? Jews and Christians will appreciate the insight of this book.< Less
VISION By Elena Tolchinskaya
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ELENA TOLCHINSKAYA - is member of an international organization of poets in the United States. She has awards and prizes of the organization. Poetess, has recognized by the highest category of... More > eminent poets. She belongs to a religiously – philosophical conception in literature describing human being. Elena is Elena psalmist and voice of the modern era. The book "Vision" narrates about: - the eternal search for the road to God; - the age-long search for the divine presence within each inhabitant; - the age-long of soul; - the Messiah; - anguish of body and mind the Jewish people, who give a knowledge of the Unified God; - legitimacy of life.< Less
VISION By Elena Tolchinskaya
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ELENA TOLCHINSKAYA - is member of an international organization of poets in the United States. She has awards and prizes of the organization. Poetess, has recognized by the highest category of... More > eminent poets. She belongs to a religiously – philosophical conception in literature describing human being. Elena is Elena psalmist and voice of the modern era. The book "Vision" narrates about: - the eternal search for the road to God; - the age-long search for the divine presence within each inhabitant; - the age-long of soul; - the Messiah; - anguish of body and mind the Jewish people, who give a knowledge of the Unified God; - legitimacy of life.< Less
The Hidden Life of Gamaliel Rabbi of Apostle Paul By Antony Michael Hylton
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One of the most interesting themes in the Christian literature of the late second temple period and late antiquity onwards is the treatment of well-respected Jewish leaders. These characters are... More > depicted as secret converts to the faith of Christ Jesus. In this category of tradition is included Saint Epiphanius of Salamis' Panarion where in the section on the Ebionites he relates the death bed conversion of Hillel II and his assistant Joseph another is Severus of Minorca's record of the conversion of all the Jews on the island of Minorca in the 4th century due to the reception of the bones of St Stephen the first Christian martyr . There is also the listing among the secret believers of Joseph Caiaphas he who tried Jesus Christ in The Teaching of the Apostles. One of the more enduring traditions of this kind is that relating to the first century Jewish sage known in Jewish tradition a Rabbi Gamaliel. We look him.< Less
The Moment By Shawn Jones
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Simon’s boyhood innocence was replaced by hatred. Hatred for every Jew who degraded him. Hatred for a God that didn’t answer prayers. Hatred for an abusive father. Hatred for a mother who... More > did nothing to stop his father’s mistreatment. His hate drove him to leave his country and go to Jerusalem. Simon became one of the wealthiest money changers in Jerusalem. His wealth accumulated from the Jewish rituals and customs of the people he detested. Then he would return his ill-gotten gains for the Jewish savior he came to love - all because of The Moment.< Less

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