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About the author:
Dr. Ron McRay holds doctorates in Letters, Philology and Philosophy. After pastoring a church for 35 years he discovered that what he had been taught did not correspond with scripture. His new perspectives brought new understanding to the Bible and Dr. McRay decided that the truth must be spread, even at the cost of losing his pstorate.
He has developed a unique approach that reveals obscure and overlooked scriptures in an easy to understand way and brings light to many misunderstood doctrines and prophecies. In his writings, he often uncovers new information, that mysteriously, has been hiding in plain sight, but missed by so many Bible scholars. By using scripture to prove scripture, he imparts a straightforward approach to uncovering the truths of the Bible. Many students of scripture have discovered his insights to be an accurate application of scriptural principles on many subjects, especially eschatology (the study of last things).
In 1990, Dr. Ron began offering books and teaching materials that open the Bible's true meaning to believers around the world thru his company, None Left Behind. Many books on a wide variety of Bible topics are available. The Bible does not have to be hard to understand. For further information visit www.EschatologyReview.com. Dr. McRay resides in Texas and can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Things That Were "About To Happen" In The Days Of Jesus And His Apostles
A Biblical Study Of The Greek Word "Mello"
Dr. Ron McRay has uncovered another gem, this one a bright gleaming stone, in the study of the Greek word mello. He has an ability to uncover and open wide to the world the true pictures and understandings that are sorely missing in these times.
Jesus Christ said, in the 1st century in his teachings, that there were things that would happen soon, shortly and in the lifetime of many of those hearing him speak. Yet, modern day preaching has convinced many people that the events described in the new testament have not happened yet but will happen soon.
This book refutes that teaching by giving a detailed study of the Greek word "mello" in every verse. Mello was used by Paul, Peter, James, John and others to describe events that would transpire soon, in their lifetime, in the 1st century. The events would not be extended out 2000 or more years before they occurred. The use of the word "mello" delivered that message, but unfortunately it has not been properly translated in many of the verses of the Bible.
"Mello" occurs 107 times in the new testament. Dr. McRay covers each and every verse that uses the word. He brings forth a true understanding of what the scripture was dealing with by setting it in its proper time frame and by making known the events that were occurring during the time.
"Things That Were 'About To Happen' In The Days Of Jesus And His Apostles" is a reference book that deserves to be in the library of every serious Bible student. It will make a quick and easy reference to any verse using the Greek word "mello."
As more than a reference book, though, this is an interesting study to read from cover to cover. The verses are covered in the order in which they occur in the new testament and, interestingly enough, build upon each other, like blocks creating a fortress, so that there is no misunderstanding as to what the latter uses of the word means in books such as Hebrews, James, Peter and Revelation.
In his usual style of writing, Ron makes the study easy to understand and grasp even when difficult passages are encountered. Your Bible will definitely be full of new notes to enhance your memory in future studies and discussions as you highlight, underline and circle verses that are ripe with new understanding and meaning. This book is a must for those wanting to know the truth and understand the Bible better.
- Publication Date:
- 1540418006 / 9781540418005
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Biblical Studies / New Testament