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Two Thieves in Paradise By Steven Service
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Two Thieves in Paradise is the historical fictional account of the lives of the men who are crucified next to Yeshua (Jesus). Anthony, a Roman mastermind criminal and Cornelius, an oversized thug... More > team up not only to rob the treasury of the Jewish Temple, but moreover, to destroy the reputation of the Jewish leaders. Mary of Magdalene, a prostitute who is possessed by seven demons, lives with Cornelius. They are saving their money to retire one day on a Greek island in paradise. In an unusual turn of events, Cornelius and Mary are separated. Cornelius inadvertently becomes employed by the tiny man Zaccheus, who serves as the Chief Tax Gatherer of Jerusalem. As the plot unfolds, it becomes evident that Anthony is involved in a battle against the God of the Jews. This is a love story, an adventure, a comedy and a tragedy. The story does not end at the cross, but instead the participants find hope in a realm that exists beyond time. Mature content and may not be appropriate or all audiences. Enjoy!< Less
What Happened? By Michael Calpino
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When Yahushua (Jesus) arrived on the scene in the early first century and began preaching, he did so as a Jew in a Jewish context. His talmidim (disciples) we all Jews who practiced Judaism as it... More > was understood in the second temple period. So how did what was simply another sect of Judaism become Christianity? What were the historical and theological changes that resulted in an anti-Semetic religion claiming a Jewish Messiah? This work, drawing on a variety of historical sources, traces the history of the Natzrim (the followers of the Nazarene) from "Pentecost" to Constantine. It explains the historical reasons for the abandonment of Judaism and the theological justifications developed to support it. In addition, it explains the role of Jew and Gentile in the early community and what they could or should be. The consequences of these changes were, and are, catastrophic for both Jew and Gentile. By understanding them, we can rebuild what Yahushua intended for his people.< Less
What Happened?: How Biblical Judaism Became Christianity By Michael Calpino
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When Yahushua (Jesus) arrived on the scene in the early first century and began preaching, he did so as a Jew in a Jewish context. His talmidim (disciples) we all Jews who practiced Judaism as it... More > was understood in the second temple period. So how did what was simply another sect of Judaism become Christianity? What were the historical and theological changes that resulted in an anti-Semetic religion claiming a Jewish Messiah? This work, drawing on a variety of historical sources, traces the history of the Natzrim (the followers of the Nazarene) from "Pentecost" to Constantine. It explains the historical reasons for the abandonment of Judaism and the theological justifications developed to support it. In addition, it explains the role of Jew and Gentile in the early community and what they could or should be. The consequences of these changes were, and are, catastrophic for both Jew and Gentile. By understanding them, we can rebuild what Yahushua intended for his people.< Less
The Life and Times of Alexander Neibaur - Journey of the First Mormon Jew - 2nd Edition - Abridged By Bruce Alan Newbold
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Imagine, the conversion of a Jewish man into Christianity. Now, imagine that same Jewish man converting to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Mormons! Such was the case and amazing... More > story of Alexander Neibaur. The Hebrew journeyed from Prussia, to England, and after joing the LDS Church, took his journey over oceans, and eventually the plains of America to the Salt Lake Valley. Friend of the Prophet Joseph Smith, defender of the Prophet and his faith, Alexander took his young family into the desert valley that would become his home and the beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah. Studying the German bible with Joseph Smith, working on the building of the Nauvoo temple, defending the city, writing poetry and hymns,crossing the wilderness plains of America, becoming the first pioneer dentist of Utah and making Brigham Young's dentures, are only a small part of the fascinating journey, of Alexander Neibaur.< Less
The Life and Times of Alexander Neibaur - Journey of the First Mormon Jew - 2nd Edition - Abridged By Bruce Alan Newbold
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Imagine, the conversion of a Jewish man into Christianity. Now, imagine that same Jewish man converting to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Mormons! Such was the case and amazing... More > story of Alexander Neibaur. The Hebrew journeyed from Prussia, to England, and after joing the LDS Church, took his journey over oceans, and eventually the plains of America to the Salt Lake Valley. Friend of the Prophet Joseph Smith, defender of the Prophet and his faith, Alexander took his young family into the desert valley that would become his home and the beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah. Studying the German bible with Joseph Smith, working on the building of the Nauvoo temple, defending the city, writing poetry and hymns,crossing the wilderness plains of America, becoming the first pioneer dentist of Utah and making Brigham Young's dentures, are only a small part of the fascinating journey, of Alexander Neibaur.< Less
The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (the Former Prophets and the Holy Writings) Joshua to Esther By Rev. Glenn David Bauscher
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The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (The Former Prophets and The Holy Writings) Joshua to Esther (12 historical books) is translated from the world's oldest complete Semitic Bible - Codex... More > Ambrosianus (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. E-Book 308 pages with notes. Cover photo is an Aramaic letter to Judea 11/7, 407 BC -17th yr of Darius in Elephantine Egypt, requesting authority for the rebuilding of a Jewish Temple< Less
Commentary On 1 & 2 Thessalonians By Vincent Cheung
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The two Pauline letters provide opportunities to cover a wide range of topics. They include the following: the doctrine of Scripture, the doctrine of election, the doctrine of the second coming of... More > Christ, the resurrection of the dead, the "catching up" of believers, the destruction of Jerusalem and the Jewish temple, and the slaughter and dispersion of the Jews in AD 70, persecution and providence, the Great Commission, "seeker-hostile" ministry, the relation of metaphysics and ethics in apologetics, justice, revenge, and atonement, the sin of slander, the minister's right to financial support, the sin of idleness, and the correct policy toward idlers, cessationism and prophecy, and some observations on hermeneutics. In addition, an outstanding feature of this book is an extended exposition and argument on the matter of whether the Jews murdered Jesus.< Less
The Biblical Antiquities Of Philo By M. R. James
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This book, dating from the late first century C.E. (after the destruction of the second temple, 70 C.E.) is attributed to the Jewish writer Philo. However, most scholars agree that it was not written... More > by Philo, and it is hence sometimes called 'Pseuophilo'. Consisting of a retelling of the Hebrew Bible from Genesis to the end of 1 Samuel, Biblical Antiquities embellishes and often departs from the narrative as we know it today in small and large details. A little early to be called Midrash, Biblical Antiquities is one of the 'pseudepigrapha', writings on traditional Biblical subjects which were never canonized.< Less
5 Maccabees By Apostle Arne Horn
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The Fifth book of the Maccabees is an ancient Jewish work relating the history in the 2nd and 1st centuries BC.The book chronicles the events from Heliodorus' attempt to rob the Temple treasury in... More > 186 BC to the death of Herod the Great's two sons about 6 BC. It is little more than a summary of the events in first and second book of the Maccabees and the relevant chapters in Flavius Josephus. Only chapter 12 is original but also "seems with errors of various kinds". Similar to other Books of the Maccabees, this work aims at consoling Jews in their sufferings and encouraging them to be steadfast "in their devotion to the Mosaic law".< 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 the liberties taken in so many works on prophecy. Common theories such as so-called Gap Theory, and... More > a future, rebuilt Jewish temple, are nowhere mentioned in Scripture. Daniel asserts some prophecy was to be sealed until the very end 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.< Less

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LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE...LOOK WITHIN YOUR LIFE LOOKING FOR A... By May Lewis
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