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Daniel P Kelly
5.0 out of 5 starsLearn from the Hebraic perspective the full depth of the death of Yeshua (Jesus)and the purpose of His sacrifice for us...
Reviewed in Canada on April 4, 2017
This is an excellent book that will explain in detail the message of Yeshua and His sacrifice for us in a clear Hebraic perspective. Rabbi Hershberg's understanding of Hebrew language and Jewish phrases help us understand the Biblical promises of the coming Messiah as reveled to Abraham, Moses, Isaiah and the other Bible patriarchs. I have a much clearer understanding of the cost of my salvation after reading this book. It makes a good study guide with your Bible reading. I highly recommend Rabbi Hershberg’s book.
5.0 out of 5 starsA New Perspective on the Connection of the Old Testament and New
Reviewed in the United States on April 18, 2019
I have been focusing more on tying the Old Testament and the New Testament together, and this book was very helpful in that. The rabbi explains the Old Testament sacrifices in a way that was new to me and shows how they lead to the ultimate sacrifice of Christ. Every time I read Leviticus, I'm afraid I have a hard time concentrating and recognizing the significance of this to the New Testament. My attitude changed when I read that Leviticus has more words directly from the mouth of God than any other book of the Bible. If God said it to us directly rather than through a prophet or priest, it has to be important. My only complaint was that the book was so short; I would have liked to read more.
5.0 out of 5 starsDigging deeper into His Holiness and Sacrifice
Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2017
Until one really understands the sacrifices in the Torah it is difficult to understand what the death of Yeshua really means. This book is very clear in this teaching and offers those who do not realize the holiness and depth of G-d a deeper insight to His kingdom. To merely say "G-d is good. G-d is holy" does not scratch the surface but this book gives you a much deeper meaning and encourages one to continue the dig. What a blessing is this teaching. I feel this book is so informative that I bought 4 hard copies to share.