The Resurrection Day of Messiah Yeshua
היום באשר קומם ישוע
המשיח מן המתים
The Resurrection Day of Messiah Yeshua recovers the original chronology of Messiah’s death and resurrection after the Church rejected the Torah and threw away the keys almost 2000 years ago.
It explains how Messiah rose on the first of the Sabbaths (אחת השבתות), μια των σαββατων in the original Greek texts, and how Judaism and Christianity have conspired to do away with the truth, explained in Lev. 23:15 wherein Israel was instructed to count seven Sabbaths after the Passover.
This book also explains that Messiah’s ministry lasted for five passovers, a conclusion first proposed by men like Isaac Newton and Thomas Lewin. The resurrection day is fixed in A.D. 34 using computer calculation of the Biblical Calendar, and then using this year, the precise and exact solution to Daniel 9 is given.
The presentation in this book is totally opposite what the Church claims. It disproves the Sunday resurrection and gives the reason for the Easter lie, with its ancient links to ancient paganism. The book also shows that Judaism has misrepresented the nature of the Sabbatical year, when the Torah is to be read, and the understanding of Passover in connection to Messiah. This book teaches the messianic prophecies in the Torah and Prophets, and shows that Yeshua is the same Adonai Yahweh who walked in the garden of Eden, and the same Messenger of YHWH who told Abraham not to slay his son on the third day. This book explains third day types and figures in the Torah, and also solves translational and chronological problems related to the issue. Most importantly, it brings all the pieces together into a logical harmony.
You will discover The Resurrection Day of Messiah Yeshua is a precise, analysis and scriptural exegesis, both historically, and prophetically of the Passion of Yeshua of Nazareth reconstructing the events of Passion Week and then exploring the implications for related chronologies such as the birth of Messiah narrative, his ministry length and timeline, the year of the crucifixion, his death and the linkages to overall biblical chronology and prophetic passages relating to the “third day.”
This book deals with Matt 12:40, Matt 28:1 and the traditionally translated “first day of the week” translation riddle, leading to unexpected results in relation to the prevailing traditions based on the original Greek text and a solution also to the Pentecost counting riddle.
The False Translations vs. True
There seems to be this pervasive belief among leading Messianics that the apostasy of the Church only consists in false interpretations of Scripture and immoral behaviour. Could it be that their “Scripture” translations are also false at key points? Consider Churches attached to the Sunday doctrine that reject Sabbath. Did their scholars refrain from changing texts to favour their doctrines?
Many do realise there is a problem with the translations, but there also seems to be a pervasive belief that making a translation look and feel “Jewish” fixes the problem. Does window dressing fix corruption of the translations?
Some people think there are only a “few” translation problems. Are there just only a few?
Many people think the problems are fixed by resorting to Aramaic translations of the New Testament. But are they?
Some people think that Paul should not be considered Scripture at all, or that he should take a lower place. The issues of canonisation, i.e. which books are Scripture to be considered for translation is also a good one that should be revisited. Is it impossible that the Church added a book or books that are not actually Scripture?
These are good questions, and I think we would be fools not to consider the possible answers.
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