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The Rabbi Who Found Messiah

Author : George D. Escobar
ISBN : 1936488094
Genre : Religion
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Mystical death curses. Visions of Messiah. A renowned world political leader under the threat of death. Religious leaders in absolute shock. A cryptic death note... The story is shocking. The story is true. The story is still unfolding today! This is the sensational story of Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri, the 108-year-old rabbi who declared the name of the "real Messiah" and further proclaimed that Messiah would not come until a certain renowned leader of Israel was dead. This WND Films documentary is based on the book "The Rabbi Who Found Messiah" by Carl Gallups. Renowned Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, New York Times bestselling author of "The Harbinger," appears with Gallups. They give insight into the messianic Jewish perspective, Hebrew messianic expectations and the profound nature of Rabbi Kaduri's amazing pronouncement. Did the elderly, revered Rabbi actually have a vision from God? Did he really see the Messiah who is soon to come?
Category: Religion

The Rabbi The Secret Message And The Identity Of Messiah

Author : Carl Gallups
ISBN : 1948014122
Genre : Religion
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IT ALL STARTED WITH A SIMPLE NOTE The ordeal reads like a mystery novel. But, this is not fiction. In early 2005, Israel's most venerated Orthodox Rabbi, Yitzhak Kaduri, claimed he had met the true, soon-coming Messiah. He also made a public announcement that he had written Messiah's name in a note. He said he would turn that note over to his ministry officials to be kept secret and locked away until one year after his death. Then, after that time, the note was to be posted on his website at Just a few months later, Kaduri was dead. Little did the world know what revelation awaited them. Finally, the note was posted. JESUS is Messiah. That's when the global spiritual and political firestorm erupted. Several of the key players in this story are immersed in vicious abandon, attempting to bring the stunning revelation to a grinding halt. And they have already proven that they will stop at almost nothing. Critically acclaimed Amazon Top 60 bestselling author Carl Gallups has now teamed up with Messianic Rabbi Zev Porat, director of Messiah of Israel Ministries (Tel Aviv, Israel), and together they have dared to bring before the world the long-hidden and mysterious details of this story that won't die. You will be shocked by the gravity of the new information and the intrigue that this profusely updated story brings to your fingertips. Prepare yourself - there are treasures of amazing biblical treats in this book that, at times, will simply take your breath away. This is a gripping page turner that will be practically impossible to walk away from. In THE RABBI, THE SECRET MESSAGE, AND THE IDENTITY OF MESSIAH You Will Discover: - The global media cover up of the ages. - The death threats, ritualistic curses, and purposed obfuscation perpetrated by very powerful groups and personalities. - Never-before-told secrets, eyewitness testimonies, and supernatural back stories to this epic account. - The connectivity of this event to current geopolitical affairs, prophetic revelations, and to your daily life. - The number of shocking biblical mysteries that are, in these uniquely prescient days, finally being unveiled - right onto your lap. - The purposed attempts to change biblical and Israeli history, important word-meanings, and long-hidden truths about the "real" name of God. - The direct connections that the authors have with Rabbi Kaduri, his ministry organization, and several important figures within the Israeli government. Connections that lend significant authority to this story.
Category: Religion

Rabbis Of Our Time

Author : Marek Čejka
ISBN : 9781317605447
Genre : Religion
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The term ‘rabbi’ predominantly denotes Jewish men qualified to interpret the Torah and apply halacha, or those entrusted with the religious leadership of a Jewish community. However, the role of the rabbi has been understood differently across the Jewish world. While in Israel they control legally powerful rabbinical courts and major religious political parties, in the Jewish communities of the Diaspora this role is often limited by legal regulations of individual countries. However, the significance of past and present rabbis and their religious and political influence endures across the world. Rabbis of Our Time provides a comprehensive overview of the most influential rabbinical authorities of Judaism in the 20th and 21st Century. Through focussing on the most theologically influential rabbis of the contemporary era and examining their political impact, it opens a broader discussion of the relationship between Judaism and politics. It looks at the various centres of current Judaism and Jewish thinking, especially the State of Israel and the USA, as well as locating rabbis in various time periods. Through interviews and extracts from religious texts and books authored by rabbis, readers will discover more about a range of rabbis, from those before the formation of Israel to the most famous Chief Rabbis of Israel, as well as those who did not reach the highest state religious functions, but influenced the relation between Judaism and Israel by other means. The rabbis selected represent all major contemporary streams of Judaism, from ultra-Orthodox/Haredi to Reform and Liberal currents, and together create a broader picture of the scope of contemporary Jewish thinking in a theological and political context. An extensive and detailed source of information on the varieties of Jewish thinking influencing contemporary Judaism and the modern State of Israel, this book is of interest to students and scholars of Jewish Studies, as well as Religion and Politics.
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The Everything Bagel With A Side Of Milk And Honey

Author : Sandra Henley
ISBN : 9781640277342
Genre : Religion
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Are you concerned or curious about current world events? If so, between the covers of The Everything Bagel, readers will relish greater insight into mysteries concealed but revealed unto to those who seek God’s knowledge and wisdom. The author provides a panoramic view from eternity past, where God spoke in a heavenly language bringing forth the invisible particulates of creation into existence and capsulizing over six thousand years of history into the twenty-first century. No need to buy numerous books dealing with one subject when readers will enjoy a treasure of nuggets in The Everything Bagel. This book provides a summary of biblical history marrying the scriptures together with world events, allowing for an overview of all things Yahweh. Satan’s diabolical plan is exposed from its inception and his obsession with destroying God’s future kingdom upon the earth. It is important to highlight the journey of the Hebrew Israelites and the fulfillment of Messiah coming through the tribe of Judah. Traversing through Bible prophecies, readers will better comprehend the machinations of the one-world order cabal operating through secret societies, false religions, wealthy overlords, and corrupt nations. The book of Revelation is pivotal in these last days spotlighting the time frame for the war of Gog and Magog, the building of the third temple in Israel, and paving the way for Antichrist and the false prophet. The world is standing at the precipice of the seven-year tribulation period. The redeemed of God will embrace their Sabbath rest in a land of milk and honey. It is our greatest desire that the contents of this book will open the eyes of the sleeping masses and be a beacon of hope in these perilous times.
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Elijah And The Rabbis

Author : Kristen H. Lindbeck
ISBN : 9780231525473
Genre : Religion
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Through an innovative synthesis of narrative critique, oral-formulaic study, folkloric research, and literary analysis, Kristen H. Lindbeck reads all the Elijah narratives in the Babylonian Talmud and details the rise of a distinct, quasi-angelic figure who takes pleasure in ordinary interaction. During the Talmudic period of 50-500 C.E., Elijah developed into a recognizable character quite different from the Elijah of the Bible. The Elijah of the Talmud dispenses wisdom, advice, and, like the Elijah of Jewish folklore, helps people directly, even with material gifts. Lindbeck highlights particular features of the Elijah stories, allowing them to be grouped into generic categories and considered alongside Rabbinic literary motifs and non-Jewish traditions of late antiquity. She compares Elijah in the Babylonian Talmud to a range of characters angels, rabbis, wonder-workers, the angel of death, Christian saints, and even the Greek god Hermes. She concludes with a survey of Elijah's diverse roles from medieval times to today, throwing into brilliant relief the complex relationship between ancient Elijah traditions and later folktales and liturgy that show Elijah bringing benefits and blessings, appearing at circumcisions and Passover, and visiting households after the Sabbath.
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Concepts Of Messiah

Author : Yehoiakin ben Ya'ocov
ISBN : 9781449757458
Genre : Religion
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What is a Messiah? We have heard this word a lot, echoing down through the centuries. It is used by three major religions on this planet: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Who is the Messiah? What is, or what will his purpose be? And if he has already come, then what was his purpose? Will he return? If you ask this question to clerics of the three monotheistic religions, they each will give you a different answer and a different name. Each of these clerics will have a different concept of Messiah. In this book, Messianic Jewish moreh (teacher), cantor, and writer YEHOIAKIN BEN YA’OCOV explores each of the concepts in detail, in an easy-to-read format. Bet Doresh Messianic Jewish Ministries of New Mexico 2622 West Texas Street Carlsbad, New Mexico 88220 [email protected]
Category: Religion

The Legends Of The Jews Vol Iv

Author : Louis Ginzberg
ISBN : 9781596054547
Genre : Religion
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Absalom was of such gigantic proportions that a man who was himself of extraordinary size, standing in the eye-socket of his skull, sank in down to his nose. As for his marvellous hair, the account of it in the Bible does not convey a notion of its abundance. Absalom had taken the vow of a Nazarite. As his vow was for life, and because the growth of his hair was particularly heavy, the law permitted him to clip it slightly every week. It was of this small quantity that the weight amounted to two hundred shekels. -from "Absalom's Rebellion" The masterpiece of one of the preeminent Talmudic scholars of the 20th century, the multivolume Legends of the Jews gathers together stories from the Talmud, the Midrash, the Bible, and oral traditions-also known as the Haggada-and offers them in chronological order. Volume IV, first published in 1913, features tales of Joshua, Boaz and Ruth, Samuel and Saul, David, Solomon, Judah and Israel, Elijah, Esther, and more. A work of brilliant erudition and deep devotion, this is an invaluable collection of religious lore. American rabbi LOUIS GINZBERG (1873-1953) founded the American Academy of Jewish Research and was a prolific contributor to the Jewish Encyclopedia.
Category: Religion

Girl Meets God

Author : Lauren F. Winner
ISBN : 9781565127456
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“A passionate and thoroughly engaging account of a continuing spiritual journey within two profoundly different faiths” (The New York Times Book Review). The child of a Reform Jewish father and a lapsed Southern Baptist mother, Lauren Winner eventually chose to become an Orthodox Jew—but then, as she faithfully observed the Sabbath rituals and studied Jewish laws, she found herself increasingly drawn to Christianity. Taking a courageous step, she leaves behind what she loves, and converts. Now, the even harder part: How does one reinvent a religious self? How does one embrace the new without abandoning the old? How does a convert become spiritually whole? This appealingly honest memoir takes us through a year in a young woman’s search for a religious identity. Despite her conversion, she finds that her world is shaped by her Jewish experiences, and even as she rejoices in the holy days of the Christian calendar, she mourns the Jewish rituals she still holds dear. Attempting to reconcile the two sides of her religious self, Winner applies the lessons of Judaism to the teachings of the New Testament, hosts a Christian Seder, and struggles to fit her Orthodox friends into her new religious life. Ultimately Winner learns that faith takes practice, and that belief is an ongoing challenge. Her account of her journey is “unusually challenging and satisfying. . . . This book is a refreshing invitation to plumb our own spiritual depths” (The Roanoke Times). “[A] memoir, literary and spiritual, sharing Anne Lamott’s self-deprecating intensity and Stephen J. Dubner’s passion for authenticity . . . She reveals herself through abundant, concrete and often funny descriptions of her life, inner and outer. Winner’s record of her own experience so far is a page-turning debut by a young writer worth watching.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review “Her narrative’s real strength . . . is its addictive readability combined with the author’s deep knowledge of, delight in, and nuanced discussion of both Christian and Jewish teachings. Intriguing, absorbing . . . and very smart.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Magic Man In The Sky

Author : Carl Gallups
ISBN : 1936488523
Genre : Religion
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Offers insights into the biblical, scientific, and logical theories behind such mysteries as the existance of God, the meaning of life, and the supernatural aspects of the Bible.
Category: Religion