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The Book of Revelation Through Hebrew Eyes (Lost in Translation 2) by [Klein, John, Spears, Adam, Christopher, Michael]
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Klein is an associate professor of art history at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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  • File Size: 2071 KB
  • Print Length: 342 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1589302370
  • Publisher: Selah Publishing Group, LLC; 1 edition (March 28, 2013)
  • Publication Date: March 28, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00C35X1GK
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I am usually very hard on authors who write about the 'Jewishness' of the New Testament, but this book, and it's prequal, Lost in Translation, are excellent. The authors clearly love their subject, and have devoted their lives to understanding the intellectual and philosophical climate from which the New Testament emerged. They delve deeply into the Written and Oral Torah as well as commentaries and apocrypha to come up with a very lucid treatment of the context of the New Testament.
I almost never reread a book, but when the third one comes out, I will reread the first and second before starting on the third. They are a breath of fresh air, and fresh insight.
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Being a Catholic my church is painfully quiet on Revelation so I must read and carefully study a multitude of books from Lindsey to La Hay and everybody in between...I have listened to a whole slew of televangelists from Hague to Jeffry...The more I read and listen to these yo-yo's the more I am convinced that there will be many false prophets in the latter days that will lead many astray. After reading and re-reading this book I am beginning to understand Revelation much more clearly. This book makes more sense than all the other books I have read...I recommend this book if you are on your journey to find the truth...this book may not be all the truth but you will definitely get a better understanding of the subject..after all..if you want to know how the Hebrews wrote and thought you do not ask a Greek !
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The book was a good read and filled with valuable information on the Jewish perspective. While this persepctive may not be the only way to see things, they make a compelling argument for a unique view into the symbology that was used by John. Their solution brings an organization and simplification I found intriguing. The mindset of the writer is certainly important and the roots of Christianity are certainly very Hebrew.

I may not agree with all their conclusions, but they shine a different ray of light than can be generally found in most books of this type. There are allot of hints without conclsions also that open up paths they chose to not pursue. I look forward to the next in the series.

This is a must read for those serious about Prophecy. If you just want a rehash of the same old theme, then it's not for you.
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As an individual who is in no doubt that the entire Brit Chadashah was written in the native Hebrew language, i look forward to reading this book. Once one has an understanding of the Hebrew language, the culture 2000 years ago, and that Yeshua was a Jew as were His talmidim, the replacement theology of the Roman Greco system can never hide the Truth or Identity of Mashiach ben Yosef.

The Brit Chadashah is not revelatory but is the record of Y'shua's ministry on Earth. Yeshua made it clear that he came for the lost sheep of the tribes of Israel and that He was / is an obedient Son whom Loved His Father and showed us this by obeying His Fathers commandments / Torah.

The book I found an interesting read but feel the time line is wrong i.e. p156 talks about deception, war, disruption of the world economy & currencies, these are all things that have been occurring for the past couple of years & will get worse as we progress through what i believe is the last 7 years. Seal 3 talks about the cost of food. The world is in the midst of a global famine which I believe is the second year of the prophersy'd famine that will get worse. The war with between descendants of Esau (Arabs) and Israel will occur very soon (later half of 2011 most probably), p180 talks about man rejecting YHWH, man does this openly, has done for years and even writes books about it (scoffers), p188 talks about the sign of the covenant being a cross, this should be portrayed as an X (Paleo) and not a cross as defined by christian terminology. p189 re the 144000, these are individuals that have not been corrupted by women in other words the churches or man made theology. p217 end of day hallmarks, these are all present today and have been for some time, i.e.
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I learned things I have never read about before. I've been a Christian for nearly 70 years. All I've ever read is the traditional Christian fare. Now, I'm beginning to learn that there is a difference when the bible is translated from the original Hebrew to English by scholars of the Hebrew language, who have access to the idioms of the time. I read the reviews before I purchased this book so I have also added books by other authors.
Worth the read. Worth the time. Worth the cost.
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I live in Bend Oregon where this book was written and I am very familiar with the authors. I was somewhat enjoying the book until I came to the page that stated basically that the followers of Yeshua who call themselves Messianics and believe in the Two House doctrine, were the condemned people in Revelation that "Say they are Jews and are not." That was the death knell to the book for me. I have not been able to progress past that page. When I ordered the book I thought I was buying a scholarly work on Revelation however what I received was an insult from men who claim to be Torah teachers with the love of God in their hearts.
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