Books

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An Introduction to Prayer in Messianic Judaism Messianic Judaism is heir to a rich heritage of prayer, including both thousands of years of Jewish wisdom...
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Returning the Holy Sabbath to the Disciples of Jesus. Why don’t Christians in the church today keep the biblical Sabbath? Was the observance of the...
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¿A través de cuál puerta entrarás? Gentiles creyentes & judaísmo mesiánico examina la “teología efraimita” o “teología de las dos casas” para ayudar a...
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In honor of the anniversary of the giving of the Torah and the gift of the Holy Spirit, First Fruits of Zion presents Gifts of the Spirit , providing...
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Historians, scholars, and theologians agree that first-century Christianity was a sect of Judaism, but where does that information place first-century Gentile Christians? What did it mean to be a Gentile who practiced Judaism in the days of the apostles?

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The Apostle Paul compared Gentile Christians to olive branches cut from wild olive trees and grafted into the olive tree of Israel. He believed that the dividing wall separating Jew and Gentile had been removed, and to him this was the “mystery of the Gospel.”

Originally published under the title The Mystery of the Gospel, this completely revised and updated edition contains a new introduction by the author and two new appendices: “We Were in a Synagogue” and “To Pray as a Gentile.”

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A Study on the Name of God

Mayim Chayim Series

The Torah commands us to sanctify God's Name, but our English versions of the Bible go so far as to conceal his Name. Cut through the condemnation, misinformation, and superstition regarding the Sacred Name. Understand the historical, linguistic, and theological implications of keeping God's Name holy. Hallowed Be Your Name is an insightful and gracious look into one of the most vexing arguments in the Messianic Jewish movement.

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Hitler, Antichrist, and the Signs of the Times. Messianic Jewish pioneer Abram Poljak (1900-1963) believed that Adolf Hitler was possessed by a demonic...
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