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Overview McKenzie provides an analysis of anti-Semitism in Christian doctrines from a theological perspective and shows how to destroy the leaven of anti-Semitism in Christian doctrine once and for all.
Publishers Description "One solution to the greatest challenges of modern day Christianity today Anti-Semitism is ingrained in our Christian doctrines and viewpoints, which makes all who claim to be Christian prone to be natural anti-Semitists in their doctrine. This book provides an analysis of anti-Semitism in Christian doctrines from a theological perspective, and will show you how we can rid ourselves of it, and destroy the leaven of anti-Semitism in our Christian doctrine once and for all The author provides a new way of seeing the Letters to the Seven Churches of Revelation chapter 2-3, and a look at major religious practices in today's Pop-Christianity, from Baptism to the issue of Women's Silence in the Church; a renewed way of viewing the Scriptures without much change. An appreciation of the Jewishness of the Apostles and the Lost Frontier to help all come to unity of the knowledge of the Son of God."
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Very Thought Provoking and Revolutionary for your Heart and Mind Jun 19, 2008
This book will help searchers, scholars, Christians of all classes, Catholics, Messianics, Jews and teachers save time. This work unlocks new discoveries no one has ever penned nor thought of concerning the Scriptures of Christianity. It is rhetorical, lyrical and hard to put down once you begin reading it; and yet it holds to no views, but leaves the reader to think for himself. There is even a commentary that presents a new perspective on the book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ near the end, which is not advisable to read until you have read everything else. The commentary charts a new course, so the author uses key titles that the reader has to go along with; however, the general idea is the most important of all to grasp.
It answers puzzling questions that the author took nine years of extensive experience and research to discover. This book will enlighten you and challenge you, as each subject in the book builds off one another. The book is developed from a chiastic point of view forming seven letters. The center of the book deals with a subject researched for 5 years concerning the issue of a woman's role in the Assembly (Church) and how the author experienced it, and how the author painstakingly figured out what the original texts are saying at that time and for today. Using a unique structural analysis, the author uncovers new insights that have never been written in any commentary or book before, until now.