The Messianic Feast

By opening the door to understanding certain scriptures from within first-century Jewish idioms, this book reveals major new truths as the author explains what those scriptures really mean, as well as those previously—and erroneously—believed to teach a ritual of Communion. He explains the Jewish disconnect that took place in Rome and documents this disconnect using history that has previously been misunderstood.

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Those who teach the Saturday resurrection usually believe in a Wednesday crucifixion (which they believe was the 14th day that year). They are not always clear on whether they believe the last supper was the Passover or not (my book makes it clear that it was not). The Saturday resurrection option is popular among those…

Independent Publishers Interview Introduces the Book

Winner of the 2014 Independent Publisher Award.

The Messianic Feast wins an IPPY award The Messianic Feast was awarded a gold medal by the prestigious 2014 Independent Publisher (IPPY) awards. Out of some 5,500 entries there were only about 90 gold medals awarded. The Ebook has now been completed and is also available.

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