The Final Words of Jesus and Satan's Lies Today
A thought provoking book addressing vital Issues facing the contemporary church. With new material on the 'Purpose Driven' deception and the 'Emergent Church' "Over 7,000 Copies Sold in First UK Edition" One Jesus, Two Messiahs ^Midrash...
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A thought provoking book addressing vital Issues facing the contemporary church.
With new material on the 'Purpose Driven' deception and the 'Emergent Church'
"Over 7,000 Copies Sold in First UK Edition" One Jesus, Two Messiahs ^Midrash ^The Festal Calendar ^Interpreting Prophecy ^How the Church Lost Its Way ^Lie 1: Christian Zionism ^Lie 2: Restorationism ^Lie 3: Faith--Prosperity Gospel ^Lie 4: Gnosticism and the New Age ^Lie 5: Ecumenism
James Jacob Prasch is Director of Moriel Ministries. Jacob was born near New York City in the USA where he became a Christian while studying science in university in February of 1972, after trying to disprove the bible with science, history, and archaeology. He found so much evidence in support of the claims of Jesus and the Bible that it required more faith to reject it than to believe it. Jacobs family is a combination of Roman Catholic and Jewish (in his youth he was forced to attend a Catholic school, but also attended the Jewish Community Centre). Jacobs wife Pavia, also from a science background, is a Romanian born Israeli Jewish believer who is the daughter of holocaust survivors. Pavia was an atheist, and Jacob was an agnostic. After coming to faith both switched from study in scientific fields to theological fields in Israel and in Britain. They have two children both born in Galilee. Jacob is a Hebrew speaking evangelist to The Jews and a bible teacher elaborating on the original Judeo-Christian background and hermeneutics of The New Testament, and his emphasis is on church planting and missions. He and Moriel have also been a conservative voice for biblically based discernment among moderate Pentecostals and Charismatics opposed to the seductions of the ecumenism, money oriented preaching and hype artistry, charismania and psycho-babble prevalent in todays church-Editorial Review.