The Book Of Revelation Through Hebrew Eyes

Author: John Klein
Editor: Selah Publishing Group
ISBN: 1589302370
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Lost in Translation The Book of Revelation Through Hebrew Eyes is a worthy follow-up to its predecessor, Rediscovering the Hebrew Roots of Our Faith. This is the second in a three-volume series that will cover the entire book of Revelation in awe-inspiring detail, expounding and expanding on familiar verses in God s Word that have been misunderstood and misconstrued for many years. Or, in some cases, linking together verses and concepts that have been repeatedly overlooked. In this volume the authors explore the first half of Revelation from the perspective they established so clearly in Volume 1 that of a Hebrew God speaking through a Hebrew believer to an audience that was intimately familiar with the Hebrew language, culture, customs, and concepts that form both the literal and the metaphorical foundation for vast portions of Revelation. *Who are the 144,000, anyway? What will be their true function in the End Times? *Who is the Bride of Messiah? Does that designation automatically include everyone who accepts salvation, no matter when or where? *What does the book of Revelation really tell us about two vastly different and completely separate sequences of events that transpire at one and the same time, in entirely different places yet all as integral parts of the same vast panorama of end-times happenings? How do the Wedding and the Judgments fit together if they even DO? These are just some of the questions to which you ll find plausible, sensible, biblically sound answers in this volume. Please join us, right now, for another voyage of discovery unlike anything you ve embarked on before, even if you've already read volume 1 "

Lost In Translation

Author: John Klein
Editor: Selah Publishing Group
ISBN: 1589302834
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Lost in Translation The Book of Revelation: Two Brides, Two Destinies is a worthy follow-up to its predecessors, Rediscovering the Hebrew Roots of Our Faith and The Book of Revelation through Hebrew Eyes. This is the final in a three-volume series that covers the entire book of Revelation in awe-inspiring detail, expounding and expanding on familiar verses in God s Word that have been misunderstood and misconstrued for many years. Or, in some cases, linking together verses and concepts that have been repeatedly overlooked. In this volume the authors explore the second half of Revelation from the perspective they established so clearly in Volumes 1 and 2 that of a Hebrew God speaking through a Hebrew believer to an audience that was intimately familiar with the Hebrew language, culture, customs, and concepts that form both the literal and the metaphorical foundation for vast portions of Revelation. In the process they answer a multitude of important questions, including the following: Whose Bride are you? Can you change sides or are you stuck forever in a relationship you really don t want? What is the ancient framework by which you can identify most of the players? Who or what is the False Messiah? Who or what is the False Prophet? What is the Second Death? Who will experience it? How does it differ from any other death? These are just some of the questions to which you ll find plausible, sensible, biblically sound answers in this volume. Please join us, right now, for another voyage of discovery unlike anything you ve embarked on before, even if you've already read the first two volumes! About the Authors: Collectively, John Klein and Adam Spears have studied the Scriptures for more than sixty years. Together they have also taught countless hours of biblical courses, on Hebrew foundations, that bring alive the Holy Scriptures. Their motto, If you don't know covenant you can't know Scripture! identifies one of the primary concepts that these two long-term scholars believe underlies the entire Bible, from the first verse in Genesis to the last verse of Revelation. Both authors spend their time studying, writing, teaching, and counseling on full-time schedules. In addition, John is associate leader for House of Covenant, a Messianic congregation in Bend, Oregon, while Adam serves as the congregational leader. Michael Christopher is a writer/editor and a long-term veteran of the publishing industry. He has worked with dozens of authors, both famous and unknown, to produce religious and secular books of many different kinds. But he has never enjoyed any book project as much as this three-volume series, nor has he ever learned as much in the process.

But God

Author: Tina Miller
Editor: WestBowPress
ISBN: 1490805885
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Have you ever heard someone exclaim, “BUT GOD!” and then wonder what they meant? This devotional study will teach both seekers and believers the hidden treasures God wants you to uncover with this simple phrase. You will go on a comprehensive excursion through the Old Testament as you find out which patriarchs had “BUT GOD” moments and you will discover significant characteristics of Jesus, your Bridegroom. Learn how God implements His strategic plans and reveals the message of the Gospel within the BUT GOD verses. After reading this book, you will understand why the Bible repeats this life-altering phrase so often. This study encourages you to dive deeper into understanding God’s thoughts, character, and promises as it mixes biblical texts with personal illustrations. Jesus desires a relationship with you, His Bride. It is now time to pursue knowing Him as much as He has pursued knowing you! This is your time of engagement to your heavenly Bridegroom, so engage with Jesus on a new level. Every “BUT GOD” verse proves His love, mercy, and compassion. Use this devotional guide to learn all you can about Him. No one BUT GOD could use a phrase so small to lead you to revelations so monumental!

Secrets Of Revelation

Author: Jacques Doukhan
Editor: Review and Herald Pub Assoc
ISBN: 9780828016452
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The author, an Adventist scholar of Jewish heritage, mines the OT to uncover new meaning in the battle of Armaggedon and the millennium. He ties the symbolism of the book to the sanctuary service of ancient Israel and argues that the prophecies of Revelation foretell the eventual discrediting of secularism, the resurgence of conservative religion, and a final coalition of the two movements in the climatic events before the second coming of Christ.

Armageddon At The Door

Author: Jon Paulien
Editor: Autumn House Publishing
ISBN: 0812704770
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Shrouded in symbols and masked with astonishing imagery, the final events of earths history are unfolded in the book of Revelation. Thats where it gets tricky. Deciphering the clues hidden in Revelation and scattered throughout the Bible isnt for the faint of heart. But understanding this difficult book is vital for Gods people at the end of time.Jon Paulien searches the Scriptures to discover what the battle of Armageddon isand who it will involve. His clear, concise explanation of the many confusing symbols found in Johns vision unveils the mystery surrounding this battle and provides answers crucial to our understanding of earths final events

The Holy Bible Containing The Old And New Testaments According To The Present Authorized Version With Critical Explanatory And Practical Notes

Author: Joseph Benson
Editor:
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Encyclopedia Of Early Christianity

Author: Everett Ferguson
Editor:
ISBN: 9780815316633
Size: 14,90 MB
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The Handbook Of Life Span Development Volume 2

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Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118026519
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In the past fifty years, scholars of human development have been moving from studying change in humans within sharply defined periods, to seeing many more of these phenomenon as more profitably studied over time and in relation to other processes. The Handbook of Life-Span Development, Volume 2: Social and Emotional Development presents the study of human development conducted by the best scholars in the 21st century. Social workers, counselors and public health workers will receive coverage of the social and emotional aspects of human change across the lifespan.

Bible Understanding Made Easy Vol 2

Author: Anthony L. Norwood
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469117126
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Bible Understanding Made Easy is a series of books used to inspire and teach the Word of God to sincere souls trying to draw closer to God. This volume is dedicated to building understanding of the life of Jesus Christ as taught by the book of Matthew. The world has been intrigued by the life and teachings of Jesus Christ for nearly 2,000 years to this date. This is for good reason. He is a wonderful Lord and Savior. He is also the Master teacher. All mankind must know Him in order to be saved. Knowledge of His will for our lives brings peace and joy to ones soul. This work is dedicated to showing the world the peace and joy of Jesus Christ by a more in-depth study of who He is and what He offers to mankind. The method of teaching used in this book was purposely kept as simple as possible so that beginning students of the Bible can be inspired and build a rich foundation of understanding the Bible that will last a lifetime! This volume is more in-depth than the first installment of this series entitled Bible Understanding Made Easy, Volume 1: The Old Testament. This is because more time is devoted to studying verse-by-verse and small groups of verses. Lastly, as an added bonus, there are many life application style mini-lessons that Christians of today can use to help build faith, encourage, and inspire sincere folks to maintain a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. For ordering within the United States of America and outside of the United States of America please call (toll-free in the U.S.) 1-888-795-4274 or Email XLibris at [email protected] The easiest way would be to add the book to your shopping cart above and order online as another alternative. Normally, you may pay using your nations own currency (i.e. the U.S. dollar, the British pound, Euro, etc.). Please call or Email XLibris Corporation for currency exchange rates.. Please do not forget to purchase the first in this series entitled Bible Understanding Made Easy, Volume 1: The Old Testament {click here to be taken to volume 1}

Unmanly Men

Author: Brittany E. Wilson
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019026649X
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New Testament scholars typically assume that the men who pervade the pages of Luke's two volumes are models of an implied "manliness." Scholars rarely question how Lukan men measure up to ancient masculine mores, even though masculinity is increasingly becoming a topic of inquiry in the field of New Testament and its related disciplines. Drawing especially from gender-critical work in classics, Brittany Wilson addresses this lacuna by examining key male characters in Luke-Acts in relation to constructions of masculinity in the Greco-Roman world. Of all Luke's male characters, Wilson maintains that four in particular problematize elite masculine norms: namely, Zechariah (the father of John the Baptist), the Ethiopian eunuch, Paul, and, above all, Jesus. She further explains that these men do not protect their bodily boundaries nor do they embody corporeal control, two interrelated male gender norms. Indeed, Zechariah loses his ability to speak, the Ethiopian eunuch is castrated, Paul loses his ability to see, and Jesus is put to death on the cross. With these bodily "violations," Wilson argues, Luke points to the all-powerful nature of God and in the process reconfigures--or refigures--men's own claims to power. Luke, however, not only refigures the so-called prerogative of male power, but he refigures the parameters of power itself. According to Luke, God provides an alternative construal of power in the figure of Jesus and thus redefines what it means to be masculine. Thus, for Luke, "real" men look manifestly unmanly. Wilson's findings in Unmanly Men will shatter long-held assumptions in scholarly circles and beyond about gendered interpretations of the New Testament, and how they can be used to understand the roles of the Bible's key characters.