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About the author:
Born in January 1963, James entered the world at a turbulent time. James' loving parents offered stability and support in raising him. Later James moved to a small rural town near Washington, D.C.
James graduated high school and was deeply immersed into the electronics industry. When life became too hectic, James left his field and delivered newspapers for a number of years as his grandparents and parents had before him.
When the opportunity came to enter another type of work, James seized it and became a contractor in the construction industry but he never forgot his dream to write books.
That is why you are reading this now.
James and his wife are busy in the task of raising three children of their own.
A Book Every Christian Should have Read before they believed in Jesus
James Wood Jr.
David Isaiah Dryden
Everyone knows that Christians believe that Jesus is the Messiah. Is it possible that they have misunderstood the entire concept of the Messiah and his function in God's spiritual economy?
Passages such as Isaiah 53 and Zechariah 13 are viewed as messianic by the Church but has the Church misused them to point to a confused portrait of a man that shouldn't have applied for the position?
Is the New Testament an accurate picture of the events surrounding the times of Jesus or, is it fiction?
As a former Christian of 25 years and son of a Southern Baptist minister, James entered a Messianic Jewish congregation to experience the teachings of the Messianic movement. Convinced something was terribly wrong, he left the movement and started studying to find the truth.
After five years of intensive study and much prayer, James reveals in simple language how Christians have been lead down a path paved with deceit. Starting with the basics of Christianity, James then examines the "Messianic" prophecies that the gospel writers abused to point to Jesus, then the author dispels Christianity and uncovers the truth, beauty and simplicity of the Hebrew Bible.
This book is written with two types of people in mind. First, for the Christian, in order to help them understand what they are dealing with when they try to make sense of Jesus and the New Testament. The second type of person, is the one who would like to learn how to defend their beliefs against the Christian missionary that uses the Hebrew Scriptures to promote their version of the messiah and their misplaced emphasis on him.
- Publication Date:
- 1469995662 / 9781469995663
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6.14" x 9.21"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Education