Category: Publications

  • The Temple Revealed in Creation: A Portrait of the Family

    Dr. Dinah Dye explores the ancient understanding of the temple from the birth of time. She takes the reader back to the “beginning” and shows its enduring relevance for today’s family. Bodie Thoene said: “This is a MUST READ for everyone who longs for a deeper understanding of The Temple, Heaven, and God’s great love […]

  • The Temple Revealed in the Garden: Priests and Kings

    The Temple Revealed in the Garden: Priests and Kings examines the Garden story from an ancient Near East perspective. It explores new ideas and concepts about the oldest story in the world by presenting fictional vignettes, scholarly research, and practical application for today. The book will challenge the reader to think outside the box. Click […]

  • The voice of God at Jesus’ Baptism

    What did the people at Jesus’ baptism imagine when they heard the Voice of the LORD (God). The imagery of Psalm 29 probably came to mind. The ultimate love of God is expressed in Jesus Christ. See how Psalm 29 is echoed in the Jesus’ baptism story. Click here to purchase or for more information

  • The WHOLE David and Goliath Story

    There is more to the story than just a young kid killing a huge giant. God has placed discoveries in this story for you to find! Click here to purchase or for more information

  • Two Stories Or One? A Comparison Of The Nativity Stories In Matthew And Luke

    Using Ancient Bible Study Methods Dr. Koplitz examines the two nativity stories found in Luke and Matthew’s Gospel and demonstrates how he comes to the conclusion that they are the same story. Click here to purchase or for more information

  • Uncovering Mysteries of the Parables

    Haggadic midrash is an ancient Hebraic method of uncovering a depth of meaning from the Hebrew scriptures, which was used by Jesus (Yeshua) in the New Testament. Every parable uses haggadic midrash to draw from the Old Testament in order to retell the story in a creative and artistic way. The purpose of the midrash […]

  • Understanding Colossians

    This commentary on the book on Colossians was researched and written using Ancient Bible Study Methods, Aramaic (the language Yeshua spoke), and the culture of Yeshua’s day. These methods were initially developed by the Sage Hillel over 2000 years ago and augmented by Dr. Anne Davis and the author. Ancient Bible study methods are based […]

  • The Kingdom of Heaven Versus Kingdom of Church In Mark’s Gospel

    Many knowledgeable Christians may admit that the church has used several passages from the Gospel of Mark (and other writings in the Bible) to allow the church to have authority over them. But few would say it out loud. This is a daring research project which examines the Gospel of Mark using Ancient Bible Study […]

  • Understanding Ezra

    This commentary on the book of Ezra was researched and written using Ancient Bible Study Methods. These methods were initially developed by the Sage Hillel over 2000 years ago and augmented by Dr. Anne Davis and the author. Ancient Bible study methods are based on asking questions about the Scripture. This is a strange idea […]

  • The Law is not a Curse

    An in-depth study of Galatians recovers the ancient worldview and its use of language. Enter the first century world of Israel by “listening to the text” as the earliest Christians would have heard it. Through linguistic analysis you will feel the rhythm and hear frequent repetitions, strange insertions, chiastic structures and startling patterns that lead […]

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