Hebrew Insights from Revelation

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Hebrew Insights from Revelation
Author : Pinchas Shir
File Size : 48,8 Mb
Publisher : Unknown
Language : English
Release Date : 11 November 2021
ISBN : 9798764519982
Pages : 180 pages
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Hebrew Insights from Revelation by Pinchas Shir Book PDF Summary

The book of Revelation is a first-century Jewish document that recognizes Jesus as ultimate Emperor of worldwide Empire. For many centuries, the interpretation of Revelation was almost solely in the hands of those unfamiliar with Jewish language, context or culture. Therefore, the cultural and linguistic disconnect was substantial. This book begins to remedy this situation by returning the Book of Revelation into its original Jewish and Hebraic contexts, without ignoring it's Greco-Roman setting as well. Are you ready to be inspired by looking at Revelation as you never looked at it before? If so, go ahead get the book and come with us on the journey of discovery into the world of Jewish Background of the Book of Revelation.

Hebrew Insights from Revelation

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