Homecoming: Our Return to Biblical Roots
Every major teaching of the New Testament has roots deep in the Old Testament. Many Christians have been taught to interpret the Old Testament through the filter of the New. This book instead encourages us to return to our biblical...
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Every major teaching of the New Testament has roots deep in the Old Testament. Many Christians have been taught to interpret the Old Testament through the filter of the New. This book instead encourages us to return to our biblical roots, which means to interpret the New Testament through the filter of the Old just as the early apostles had done. The modern day church has lost much of its original Hebraic perspective that Jesus/Yeshua drew so profoundly from as He ushered in the new covenant.
Homecoming: Our Return to Biblical Roots challenges us to readjust our study of scripture and to become Bible believers rather than just New Testament believers. In an age where there are various winds of doctrine blowing, this book will provide solid foundations for understanding the roots of our faith a homecoming of today's church to its Hebraic past.
The book is split into three parts and is comprehensively indexed and referenced making it an ideal tool for theological studies.
Homecoming was previously published under the title, Roots of our Faith.
Chuck and Karen Cohen have been ministering in the Messianic movement since 1979. In 1989, they were called to live in Jerusalem with their two sons. Chuck is one of the directors of Intercessors for Israel and travels and speaks internationally. Chuck and Karen write a Biblical perspective on the news, Watchmen from Jerusalem.
Karen Cohen is an accomplished professional in Education with over ten years at the community college level. In addition to being a professor with the Department of Sociology, Cohen also serves as the Area Coordinator with the responsibility for various administrative activities in support of the department. These include: Curriculum Development; Scheduling all Courses; Reviewing and Recommending Adjunct Instructors; and Developing Assessment Instruments for Student Assessment of Classroom Procedures and Departmental Operations.
- Acknowledgements Foreword Introduction Prologue Part One: Teachings Chapter 1 - Is The Old Testament Still The Word Of God Today? Chapter 2 - The Nature Of God In The Old Testament Chapter 3 - Salvation In The Tanach - Passover Chapter 4 - Salvation In The Tanach - Grace And Faith Chapter 5 - Doctrines In The Tanach - Sin, Blood, Atonement Chapter 6 - Day Of Atonement - Yom Kippur Chapter 7 - The New Birth Part Two: Teachers Chapter 8 - The Prophet Like Moses Chapter 9 - The Gospel According To The Tanach Chapter 10 - The Cross In The Tanach - Part 1 Chapter 11 - The Cross In The Tanach - Part 2 Chapter 12 - The Cross In The Tanach - Part 3 Chapter 13 - The Resurrection Chapter 14 - The Deity Of Messiah Chapter 15 - The Holy Spirit In The Tanach - Part 1 Chapter 16 - The Holy Spirit In The Tanach - Part 2 Chapter 17 - The Holy Spirit In The Tanach - Part 3 Chapter 18 - The Bride In The Tanach Chapter 19 - Israel And Our Salvation Chapter 20 - Your People Will Be My People - Part 1 Chapter 21 - Your People Will Be My People - Part 2 Epilogue About The Authors Scripture Index Topic Index