Jackson Snyder's collection of historical fiction essays about the life and times of the Messiah of Nazarene. This is a True Names Version.
I thought I saw the devil take Yahshua the Messiah up... More > through time to New York City on Easter Sunday morning sometime in the twenty-first century. They walked into The Cathedral of St. John the Divine Roman Catholic Church right in the middle of the Mass. The devil said, “You remember that young long-haired fellow you met at your baptism named Yochanan (John) bar Zavdi? Well, this beautiful place is named after him. Except they call him Saint John the Divine now. Look at all the priceless treasures in this great temple. See that triptych behind the altar of sacrifice? That’s a picture of you. They call you by the name Jesus Christ and they worship you, saying you are their god. And they eat you! What scripture can you render me for this abomination?
– From “The Fifth Temptation of Christ” in Tales of the Messiah and His Gallant Friends< Less
~ Expanded Version ~ THE NAZARENE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES or The Recognitions of Clement features true Hebraic names and a complete glossary. This text is getting a lot of attention from Christian Roots... More > scholars, for it retains the stories, doctrine, and preaching of the Nazarenes connected to the first century Messianic Assembly in Jerusalem, overseer James the Just, missionaries Peter & Barnabas, and the Gentile Clement. Clement hears Barnabas preaching in Rome and follows him to Israel. There Clement meets James. Clement is a young scholar, so James send him to get an account of Peter's acts & preaching. In this volume, Clement records Peter's preaching, acts, debates, their stopovers, rules, confrontations, the lost doctrines, demonic deliverance, why Gentiles must stay away, and the Torah's place in the Assembly. The Expanded edition includes the previously censored chapters, also the Preaching of Peter, Scents of James, letters of Apostles, Paul's attack at the Temple, and the expo of Simon Magus' magic.< Less
KATA MATTYAH: According to Matthew: A New Translation from Ancient Witnesses.
Translated from 3rd Century Sinaitic Manuscript א
And Diligently Compared With The H. L. Anderson New Testament... More > (begun in 1861), The Dead Sea Scrolls, The Aramaic Peshitta, and The Nestle-Aland 26 Greek Text: For Readers of the English Language.
Kata Mattyah is very useful for gaining a command of the biblical Hebrew language. Many common transliterated Hebrew words replace their English counterparts so that the student progressing through this version will gain a basic Hebrew vocabulary.
Includes full text of Matthew, annotations, pronunciation guide, and complete Hebrew, Aramaic, Latin & Greek Glossary.
By request, you may also download the audio version without additional charge so that your comprehension of the Hebrew will come all the sooner.
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