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The Rabbi of Natzeret – Matthew from a Hebraic Perspective


Can there be any doubt that the Messiah whom we inherited from Christianity and
Messianic Judaism, can never be divorced from the Hebraic/Judaic context? The
Nazarene lived, taught and walked the Torah of the Kingdom of Heaven and Yisra’el, like a typical Jew of His time.

His method of teaching was typical of the Rabbi’s of his time, and those that have gone before Him, explaining the heart and the spirit of the Torah which was given to Adam, Noah, and Moses.

He saw his mission as the restoration of the Tribes of Yisra’el, as foretold by the prophets from both Houses of Yisra’el. These truths are also well established by the teachings of the Jewish Sages, the TaNaCh, the Talmud, and other Jewish writings. These writings have been preserved by the House of Judah under great persecution through thousands of years, in order that this generation may be part of the time of the Restoration of all things, and can be understood by the illumination of the Spirit of Truth in our days!

The main focus of this book is to establish the true Mission of Him whom Christianity proclaims in a totally distorted form as 'Jesus Christ', but who in essence and within the Rabbinical context of the 2nd Temple era, was. This book strives to bring a better understanding of the value and importance of the Oral Torah for Returning believers from the Ten Lost Tribes of the Northern Kingdom of Israel. In this way, may this hidden knowledge assist in the process of working for Reconciliation between Judah and the re-identifying House of Israel.

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The Book of Matthew - it’s roots and confirmations from the TaNaCh, Talmud and Jewish sages’ writings. A verse-by-verse explanation of Matthew from a Hebrew perspective and not a Greek mind-set.

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