The divine law recognizes two kinds of marriage relationships. These are best illustrated by Hagar and Sarah, who were Abraham's wives. The Apostle Paul sets forth these two women in Gal. 4, saying that they represent the two (marriage) covenants. This book is no doubt the first of its kind in that it challenges many traditional views about marriage and sets forth the ideal marriage to be based upon the New Covenant.
This book devotes a separate chapter to each of the words translated "hell" in the New Testament: Tartarus, Gehenna, and Hades. It also deals with the biblical nature of the "lake of fire" and its duration as "eonian." It concludes with a historical chapter, showing what many of the early Christian fathers believed about divine judgment and how it was restorative, rather than destructive.
This book was NOT written to encourage divorce, but rather to show that if one remarries after a lawful divorce, he has not committed adultery. Divorce itself is not a sin, but a judgment for sin. Many translations of Matt. 5:32 make Jesus appear to forbid remarriage, but we show that the text has been mistranslated and then misunderstood. Jesus did not put away the Law. Deut. 24:1-4 specifically permits divorce and remarriage.
30 pages. In Romans 2:28, 29 Paul tells us who IS a Jew and who is NOT a Jew. God's answer to this question cannot be obtained by looking at one's genetics, but by the lawful requirements of citizenship in a tribe of Israel. This shows how those Jews who accepted Christ and all others who accept Him as King-Messiah have legally joined the tribe of Judah and are thus "Jews". On the other hand, those who have rejected Him are NOT Jews at all, because they have revolted against the King of Judah and have forfeited their citizenship in Judah.
This is a study of the 8th Commandment regarding theft of property. This includes a unique history of the American penal system and how the Socialist theories behind it have utterly failed. The American system of "justice" is not only extremely expensive, but it perpetuates crime and does little or nothing to recompense the victim or rehabilitate the thief. God has the answer in His law solving all these problems.
This 60-page book is a natural sequel to the book, "Who is a Jew?" It traces the natural Israelites (i.e., ex-Israelites of the dispersion) from Israel to Assyria and on into Europe and other parts of the world. However, it also shows that being an Israelite is a matter of lawful citizenship. To become a citizen of Israel requires accepting Jesus Christ as the Birthright Holder of Joseph in His second coming. In other words, one must be an overcomer to be an Israelite. This was how Jacob received the name "Israel" at the beginning.
The fascinating history of events surrounding Jesus' birth. On Feb. 5, 2 B.C. the Roman Senate passed a bill making Augustus Caesar the "father of the country." They decreed that the whole Roman world should ratify this document, and Cyrenius was sent to Syria and Palestine to conduct this "census" (enrollment). See Luke 2:1. This and many other historical events prove conclusively that Jesus was born in 2 B.C.
The word in the Bible that is translated "wormwood" is actually opium, and the prophets speak of it and its spiritual meaning. This is related to the laws of dung, which deal with the problem of the idols of the heart. Ezekiel tells us most about this problem.
This book devotes its chapters to specific important dates in the history of the USA, beginning with Columbus' arrival to the New World in 1492. It shows the connecting links to the biblical history of Israel and the 2,520-year cycle that culminate in modern times. There are also Cursed Time cycles and Judged Time cycles that help explain the meaning of these historical events.
Do you feel like you are in a spiritual wilderness? Have you been expelled from your Church? This explains why God calls some out of the Church for a season to teach them new things, so that they can return to minister to those who have ears to hear.
The second part of the series, The Barley Overcomers is an in depth study of events in the Bible that occurred at the time of the barley harvest (wave-sheaf offering). We find that barley is always associated with the overcomers, life, the first resurrection, and coming into Sonship at the feast of Tabernacles.
Why does God allow evil to occur on earth? Is God an innocent bystander? This explores the difference between the will and plan of God and between God’s sovereignty and man’s authority.