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Family Sanctuary: Restoring the Biblically Hebraic Home

Family Sanctuary is a provocative look at the modern home that offers clear answers for families in crisis and for those who want to restore their families to biblical foundations. This book is a systematic, comprehensive study of the biblically Hebraic concepts of family. Reviews are calling this by far his best book ever! By […]

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Hebrew vs Greek Education

What we now consider “The Church” is almost nothing like the Early New Testament Church. Think of an archeologist digging through layers to find out what life was like in ancient times. To understand the Early Church we must dig through layers of a mountain of man’s influences shoveling off and discarding man’s traditions, theories, […]

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Our Father Abraham

Our Father Abraham is the best reference book on the Jewish roots of the Christian faith availble. I reach for my well worn copy (with sticky notes sticking out a dozen pages) at several times a week.
It is invaluable. This acclaimed volume explains the link between Judaism and Christianity, between the Old and the New Testaments, and calls Christians to a more biblical lifestyle.

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Touching the Hem: Jesus and the Prayer Shawl

We must use as a point of initiation for any New Testament exegesis the fact that Jesus was an observant Jew and that everything he said and did was directed toward his Jewish contemporaries. He himself declared, “I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.”

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The Letter Writer Paul's Background and Torah Perspective

NOW BACK IN PRINT! The vast majority of the modern day studies, teachings, and theologies developed concerning the Apostle Paul all disseminate a similar perspective: That Paul underwent a typical conversion from one religion to another, from the Law-based religion of Judaism to the Grace-based religion of Christianity. That Paul preached against the Torah and […]

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Breaking the Jewish Code

“Breaking the Jewish Code” is Perrry Stone’s best work. I was thrilled to find out about it. If you want to know about Christian’s Hebrew roots this is a great read. Jewish culture and the Jewish people have succeeded–thrived even–for more than four thousand years under both good and unthinkable circumstances. Breaking the Jewish Code […]

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New Biblical Holidays Site

We are excited to bring you this new interactive site! Here you can leave comments, ask questions, search the entire site, and find articles easier. You’ll find lots of free downloads

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Free from Hebraic Christian Community

If you’re just beginning your search for the Hebraic foundations of your Christian faith or if you’re a long-time student, Hebraic Christian Global Community has many free resources for you.

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Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus

Matzah. Yom Kippur. Hanakkuh. Classic trappings of the Jewish faith, and the Jewish faith only, correct? Well, yes and no.

If you’re a Christian, these customs are a part of your faith, too. That’s because Jesus was Jewish, versed in ancient Hebrew texts, observant of traditional Jewish holidays and feasts, and devoted to Jewish prayers. Why is this so important? Because as a first-century Jew, Jesus’ own worldview and culture holds startling insights for today’s faith community – and Christians especially.

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What the Bible Says…Cookbook

Helping you incor porate God’s ingredients into your life—simply and without sacrificing taste—this companion cookbook shows you how to prepare meals, snacks and desserts based on the principles outlined in What the Bible Says about Healthy Living.