The Book of Revelation, Part 1
We are starting a new section of the Bible, a seasonable one, a book for today, the Book of Revelation. The word Revelation, apocalysis, means the unveiling, the uncovering of something that was hidden and now revealed, and while it is a word that is often associated with chaos or calamities, this is only a part of its scope, The rest of its content reveals to us some great and profound eternal truths unseen anywhere else in Scripture. It will supply great details for us concerning the eternal home of those who’ve trusted their lives to God and His Messiah. This then is what the Book of Revelation is really about; the uncovering of the facets of our God that is so powerful that it will energize us and make us whole and confident. Thank you for joining us in this study.
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Who was Jesus of Nazareth? Controversy over the answer still rages today. Was Jesus simply a good teacher? Was he a well-meaning but confused religious reformer? Was he a disciple of another teacher? Regardless of your opinion, one overlooked fact is key: Jesus was a Jew. Looking for answers as to the real identity of Jesus, Arnold Fruchtenbaum, author of Jesus Was A Jew, embarked on his own personal search. He documents the opinions of many Jewish leaders. He deals with the Messianic hope. He also examines Jewish objections to Jesus honestly and with insight. Jesus Was A Jew contains interviews with almost 40 Jews — rabbis, homemakers, actors, hairdressers, and others from all walks of life — concerning what they believe about Jesus