A Nazarene Looks at the Book of Mormon Part 1 - Nazarene Space By James Scott Trimm The Book of Mormon makes a major mistake from a Nazarene standpoint. The Book of Mormon does not represent the teachings of the Bible, but instead presents the teachings Protestant Christians have BELIEVED are in the Bible. Although the Book of Mormon, unlike the Bible, presents a continuous story line running from "Old Testament Times" through into "New Testament Times"; the Book of Mormon is still clearly dividable into "Old Testament" and "New Testament" portions. Now in its "Old Testament Portion" the Book of Mormon teaches exactly what Christians WISH they could find in the "Old Testament" portion of the Bible. ...that our children may know the deadness of the law; and they by knowing the deadness of the law, may look forward unto that life which is in Christ, and know for what end the law was given. "...but I say to you, that the time shall come when it shall no more be expedient to keep the law of Moses." - Mosiah 13:27 (supposedly in 148 BC) James Trimm
Aboriginal Hebrews Black Hebrews? The very words cause many people to grin at what appears to be simply a play on words. No one reads about such people in european authored history books and there are only a few references to "Ethiopian Jews" in white Jewish sources. Yet Black Hebrews have existed since biblical times. Their story begins with the Patriarch Abraham (2117-1942 B.C.), a native of the Sumerian city of Ur in ancient Mesopotamia. It has been confirmed that the ancient Sumerians were akin to the modern Black Dravidians of India. This truth is grossly neglected, suppressed, and distorted in most European and American historical texts which are flavored with race prejudice. Biblical history relates that the descendants of Abraham, namely Jacob (Israel) and his twelve sons and their wives, 70 in all, migrated from Canaan to Egypt around the year 1827 B.C. The biblical Hebrews were indistinguishable from native Egyptians and Ethiopians. Dr. In 1896, a man by the name of William S.
Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament edited by James B. Pritchard (1st ed. 1950, 2nd ed.1955, 3rd ed. 1969) is an anthology of important historical, legal, mythological, liturgical, and secular texts from the ancient Near East. William W. Publication The book was published by Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, in 1950. Contents I. II. Laws of EshnunnaThe Code of HammurabiMesopotamian Legal DocumentsAramaic Papyri from Elephantine III. Also: Rituals, Incantations and Descriptions of Festivals: Egyptian (John A. Translators and annotators See also Wisdom literature References Jump up ^ third edition, dated 1969, with ISBN 0-691-03503-2.Jump up ^ William W. Sources Pritchard, James B. (1950) Ancient Near Eastern texts relating to the Old Testament, Princeton University Press, 1st edition BooksGoogle snippets/search
The Book of Jasher Sacred-textsApocrypha Referred to in Joshua and Second Samuel Faithfully Translated "Is not this written in the Book of Jasher?"--Joshua, x. 13. This is one of the apochrypal Books of Jasher. There is also another spurious Book of Jasher, published 1750, in which Jasher is treated as the name of the author. This text covers much of the same ground as the traditional Mosaic books of the Bible, from the creation of the world to the death of Moses, albeit with several minor variations. Israelite Heritage WWYD? What Would Yahushua Do? Israelites Came to Ancient Japan Ark of the covenant of (left) and "Omikoshi" ark of (right) Dear friends in the world, I am a Japanese Christian writer living in . As I study the Bible, I began to realize that many traditional customs and ceremonies in are very similar to the ones of ancient . I considered that perhaps these rituals came from the religion and customs of the Jews and the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel who might have come to ancient . The following sections are concerned with those Japanese traditions which possibly originated from the ancient Israelites. The reason why I exhibit these on the internet is to enable anyone interested in this subject, especially Jewish friends to become more interested, research it for yourself, and share your findings. The ancient of , which consisted of 12 tribes, was in 933 B.C.E. divided into the southern of and the northern kingdom of . Yusufzai They live in . Pathans They live in and . Knanites In there are people called Knanites, which means people of .
Hebrew Name for God - The Messiah (Mashiach) The honor and majesty with which David tells us (Psalm 104) that GodHimself is clothed He will bestow on the Messiah. As it is said,'His glory is great in Thy salvation, honour and majesty hast Thou laid upon Him.' (Numbers Rabbah 14) Introduction Messiah in the Midrash There is a long tradition of midrash (commentary) concerning the Mashiach among the Jewish sages. From the time of creation constant reference is made in Holy Writ to Messiah and the Messianic hope of Israel. Messiah and New CreationWhen God first created the "generations" of the heavens and the earth, the word toldot (תולדות) is used (Gen. 2:4). The name "Perez" (פרץ) means "breach" (from paratz, meaning "to break through"). The Restored Vav is a picture of the Mashiach who would would descend from the "generations" of the line of Perez. To Anoint Mashach.Qal 3ms; to anoint or smear with oil; to consecrate. The person (or thing) anointed by God was called mashiach - an "anointed one" or "chosen one": Mashiach His Messiah
YAH'S WATCHMAN YHWHYahuahTransliteration study on the Name of the MessiahSabbathMessianicNatsarimIsraelYahushuaLewWhiteFossilizedCustomsTorahNazareneIsraelPaganChristianityKipa The Transliteration of the Name What Is the Hebrew Name for JESUS? It is definitely not "JESUS". For those who want to get to the answer, we'll be skipping the Greek and Latin to find out. A Very Hairy Situation Going backward through languages, "JESUS" becomes "ESAU" in Hebrew! Try to follow the logic here; we're going to use the same logical flow, only in reverse: Whenever we see discussions on the difference between "Yahusha" and "Jesus", it's important to realize it is somewhat like comparing apples with oranges. Many miss that the question is referring to "it", a singular identity for what people mistake to be 2 beings. Our Husband's Name is not Greek, it's Hebrew Also, the one incidence at NekemYah 8:17 is acceptable as an abbreviated form. In 216 of these, the spelling is: yod-hay-uau-shin-ayin: YAHUSHA #1954: HAY-UAU-SHIN-AYIN (HUSHA), rendered in the KJV as “HOSHEA” (Dt. 32:44), and “OSHEA” (Num 13:16). this spelling is found 216 times, rendered in the KJV as “JOSHUA”. יהושע
Adam Was Black PodOmatic | Podcast - Passion for Truth Ministries Antiquities of the Jews by Flavius Josephus This work was translated by William Whiston and edited by the folks at Sage Software, who offer these works, as well as hundreds of ancient and modern authors, on CD from (I am not associated with Sage Software, but left the plug for their CD in place because it is from their production of the text that my work here is based.) HTML conversion was performed from RTF and Microsoft Word sources locally. Preface Book I Containing The Interval Of Three Thousand Eight Hundred And Thirty-Three Years. Chapter 1 The Constitution Of The World And The Disposition Of The Elements. Chapter 2 Concerning The Posterity Of Adam, And The Ten Generations From Him To The Deluge Chapter 3 Concerning The Flood; And After What Manner Noah Was Saved In An Ark, With His Kindred, And Afterwards Dwelt In The Plain Of Shinar Chapter 4 Concerning The Tower Of Babylon, And The Confusion Of Tongues Chapter 5 Chapter 6 How Every Nation Was Denominated From Their First Inhabitants
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