Jerusalem: 62 CE. Ya'akov haTzadik (James the Righteous) was thrown from the Jerusalem Temple and then beaten to death with a club. This devout man was so revered that the Jewish sect known as the Essenes placed his teachings in their library alongside the other revered Jewish writings, including the Torah! Journey through the pages of the most Jewish book in the entire New Testament, from the culture of first-century Judaism and the language of Jesus! Learn how the original message this New Testament letter was meant to be understood. Discover how James was transformed from being a dispassionate unbeliever to a passionate follower. Consider what it was like to grow-up in the same household with Jesus and it's affect upon the contents of James' letter. You'll explore the deeper meaning found only in the original Aramaic language. Dr. Wadge served as a pastor for over twenty years. His interest in uncovering the original message of the New Testament within first-century Judaism, led him into post-graduate studies in Rabbinic Judaism. He earned his Doctorate in Theology and his Ph.
D. in Clinical Counseling, and has spent over three decades studying the cultural and linguistic background to the Bible. Rik is the host of the TV show "Digging the Truth" on the GLC network.
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|Size: ||7.7 MB|
|Publisher: ||Jewish Roots Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9780692276709 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|