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Reuniting the Covenant
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Christianity and Judaism were not always separate religions.  In fact, Y'shua (Jesus' Hebrew Name) was a Jew, lived as a Jew, and taught Judaism... with Messianic fulfilment, not replacement.  Join Rav. David Pollina on a life-changing journey of re-discovery, re-flection, & re-unification; examining the amazing history and foundations of 1st century Messianic Judeo-Christianity, the modern separations, and prophesied future of unity in both Faith and practice.

Have you ever felt that there is more to 'Christianity' than you've learned or been taught?  Ever wonder why 'Torah', which the Father said was "eternal" is thought by many preachers to have been done away with by the death and resurrection of the Messiah?  Could they be confusing 'Torah' with 'Traditions'?  Paul wrote half the New Testament, but what did he truly teach?  Perhaps you had better take a closer look at the REAL history of Christianity and Bible prophecy...

This remarkable book will shake the praxis of your beliefs, from an understanding that the Hebraic roots of Christianity are not just its past but also it's FUTURE!  Well documented through over 1,200 Scripture references, ancient documents, and Hebrew / Greek word studies, these secrets of history are brought to light... REUNITING THE COVENANT.

Some of the subjects covered include:

  • History of the Covenant and Separations

  • Infallibility and Inspiration of the Bible

  • Is ALL the TORAH for EVERY Believer ?

  • What did Paul REALLY teach ?

  • Can Christmas & Easter be Holy?

  • Yahweh's calendar, TRUE Sabbaths, and days

"Reuniting The Covenant" also presents a remarkable new theory on the Lord's Passion!  It documents the year, day and hour of His death and scientifically proves what day it was on our modern calendar system that He rose from the dead.  The implications of this theory are causing many to revisit long-held views on first century Judaic culture.

 

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