The Uplifting and Inspiring Stories Behind Ariel Ministries' Camp Shoshanah in the Adirondacks
By L. Jesse Grace
The third in a trilogy (Chosen Fruit, Ariel's Trials and Triumphs), this book unfolds the uniquely inspiring stories of the many unsung heroes and heroines that shaped Camp Shoshanah from its rudimentary beginnings in 1974 to a state-of-the-art conference facility today. It is a precious legacy reflecting the mighty work of God's Holy Spirit and pointing to Ariel's ongoing mission and hope for the future.
- Paperback 299 pages
- Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches
- ISBN: 978-1-935174-94-3
The Fall Feasts of Israel
by Dr. Mitch Glaser
This book will help you understand three of Israel's most significant festivals: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. A complete examination of each feast includes a look at its biblical institution, its celebration in the time of Christ, and its observance by Jews today.
- Paperback: 256 pages
- ISBN: 0-8024-2539-9
The God of Israel - Vol. 1
by D.L. Cooper
The present book constitutes the first volume of the "Messianic Series" of the Biblical Research Society in which the author sets forth the scriptural
teaching of God's existence, His character, and His nature--especially the triune nature of the Godhead. Each chapter paves the way for understanding
the next one. It is therefore necessary that the reader, starting at the beginning, study each chapter until he has completed the book. On account
of the lack of space it is impossible to discuss the subject of the God of Israel in an adequate manner, in a volume this size. The facts and the truths
that have here been presented are sufficient, however, to enable the reader to formulate a definite idea of the Almighty and of His relation to the
world and to an in general-but to the believer in a particular and special manner.
Volume 1 of 7 of the "Messianic Series".
- Paperback: 102 pages
- Dimensions: 5" x 7 1/2"
The Law, Then and Now: What About Grace
By John Metzger
Believers in Yeshua (Jesus) from all denominational and nondenominational backgrounds will greatly benefit from reading this illuminating book. —Dr. Gary Hedrick, President of CJF Ministries
How should modern-day believers, Jewish or non-Jewish, relate to the Law of Moses? This is the question John Metzger attempts to answer in this well-written and interesting book. —David L. Allen, Dean - School of Preaching and Distinguished Professor of Preaching, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
His treatment of the Law of Moses is masterful; I highly recommend it as a guidebook to fully embracing the freedom for which Messiah has set us free. —Messianic Rabbi Mottel Baleston, Messengers Messianic Outreach, NJ
. . .it is refreshing to know that there is a voice of reason out there. John Metzger's examination of the conditional Mosaic Covenant and the UNCONDITIONAL New Covenant of Jesus is such a voice of reason. —Dr. Amy Downey, Director of Tzedakah Ministries
This book describes the liberating and empowering work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer who seeks to walk in the truths contained in the Law of Messiah. This book gives a clear and biblical and free grace understanding that believers are under the Law of Messiah today. —Pastor James D. Preslar, Grace Bible Church, Charlotte, NC
- Paperback: 414 pages
- ISBN: 978-1-60265-056-5
- Dimensions: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
The Messiah in the Temple:
The Symbolism and Significance of the Second Temple in Light of the New Testament
by Roger Liebi
The Second Temple — the sanctuary at Jerusalem during the time of Jesus Christ — plays a very significant role in the New Testament. Matthew to Revelation teems with references to this glorious edifice of Antiquity, yet many readers of the Bible do not understand terms such as “pinnacle of the Temple”, “the Beautiful Gate”, “Solomon's Porch”, “the Sheep Gate” and “the Sanhedrin”. These terms and many other features of the Temple area, are brought to life in this book and connected to the Messiah in a way that is refreshing and stimulating to our faith.
During the years 1967-2003 modern archaeology on the Temple Mount made huge progress and extended our knowledge of the Second Temple as never before. Dr. Liebe synthesizes these findings with all the passages of the NT that refer in some way to the Temple. The many pictures, illustrations, and diagrams help the reader to personally engage with and understand the eternal Messianic significance of this ancient structure.
Dr. Roger Liebi (born in 1958), is married with six children. He studied music, theology, and the languages of the Biblical world (Greek, Classical and Modern Hebrew, Aramaic, Akkadian). He has authored numerous publications and assisted in three Bible translation projects. He is currently an international lecturer and Bible teacher.
- Hardcover: 655 pages
- ISBN: 978-3-943175-05-9
- Included with the book is a CD containing:
- The complete book in pdf format
- Various lectures by the author
- Musical recordings composed by the author
- A musical recording of the author playing J.S. Bach: Partita N. 2 in D minor (BVW 1004)
There Really Is A Difference: A Comparison of Covenant and Dispensational Theology
by Renald E. Showers
Learn how theological differences affect such issues as God's ultimate purpose for history, God's program for Israel, the church, and the Christian's relationship to the Mosaic Law and grace. This excellent book also explores the differences between premillennial, amillennial, and postmillennial views of the Kingdom of God and presents an apology for the dispensational-premillennial system of theology.
- Paperback: 225 pages
- ISBN: 0-915540-50-9
- Dimensions: 8.25 x 5.5 x .75 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.00 lbs
The Temple and Bible Prophecy:
A Definitive Look at Its Past, Present, and Future
by Randall Price
In A.D. 70 the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed by Rome. What was to become of the prophecies given to national Israel concerning its restoration and a greater Temple to which the glory of God would return? Were these promises to national Israel now to be fulfilled spiritually by the Church, making it the New Temple with its future in a heavenly New Jerusalem? Or were the promises for Israel postponed, to be fulfilled literally in a rebuilt Temple in a restored Jerusalem on earth?
Jews and Christians have long debated these pivotal questions, and their differences have influenced modern-day political policy concerning Israel and the Temple Mount. For Orthodox Jews in Israel, the prophetic hope of a literal Temple has provoked a movement to rebuild it. Some Christians believe they should support Israel in relation to the future fulfillment of prophecy, while others contend that such prophetic belief is disastrous and has put the world on the road to Armageddon.
In this revised and enlarged edition, Randall Price examines the concept of the eschatological Temple in the Old and New Testaments and provides a survey of the religious and political thought of those in the Temple movement, with a look at what has been accomplished thus far in the efforts to rebuild.
- Hardcover: 748 pages
- ISBN: 978-0-7369-1387-4
The Tri-Unity of God is Jewish
by John B. Metzger
Many Christian scholars downplay the significance of the tri-unity of God in the Hebrew Scriptures. Judaism rejects the tri-unity and the incarnation of God as completely incompatible with Jewish belief. Did the Church create the Trinity out of the New Testament, or was God a tri-unity throughout the Old Testament and Judaism missed it? The issue of this book is: Can the plurality or tri-unity of God be proven clearly from the Hebrew Scriptures alone, thus substantiating that the promised Messiah is God and that God is one, yet a plurality?
- Paperback: 411 pages
- Dimensions: 10 x 7 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.85 lbs
They Have Conspired Against You: Responding to the New Anti-Semitism
by Olivier Melnick
Dr. Fruchtenbaum has written the following of Olivier's new book: “...Touches not only a subject of special interest to him and others, but also expresses [the author's] deep-heart conviction of what has happened with anti-Semitism in the past, what is happening in the present, and what the Bible says will happen in the future.” Although the author's family survived the Holocaust, Olivier Melnick's book is more than merely another Holocaust remembrance book. He provides a uniquely educational message filled with current events, practical suggestions, and hope. He makes a compelling case for God's continued love and care for the Jewish people and invites Believers to prepare themselves for what is to come.
- Paperback: 240 pages
- ISBN: 978-097652521-9
- Dimensions: 9.21 x 6.14 x .5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.00 lbs
Understanding The Arab-Israeli Conflict
by Michael Rydelnik
All attempts at mediation between Israel and the Arab world die an early death. Depending on the news agency reporting, one alternately gets the impression that Israel is in the right... or maybe the Palestinians have legitimate concerns. What you don't hear is what the real story is, and how the news is spun. This important book will help you speak intelligently about 'crisis that never ends' by placing the current events in their proper biblical, historical, and prophetic contexts. Learn what the headlines haven't told you.
- Paperback: 230 pages
- ISBN: 0802426239
- Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.0 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.8 ounces
What Men Must Believe
by D.L. Cooper
"What Man Must Believe" covers the fundamentals of the faith in a general way. It presents those vital doctrines and facts which must be understood in
order to have a comprehensive view of the truth as presented in the Scriptures. In this short introduction Cooper simply gives a resume of the contents
in order that the reader might be able to follow more clearly the development of the various subjects and their relations.
- Paperback: 523 pages
- Dimensions: 5" x 7 1/2"