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Ancient Origins of the Hebrew Roots Movement
- The Noahide and Mosaic Laws as Seen in the Dead Sea Scrolls
- Narrated by: Drew Baker
- Length: 1 hr and 52 mins
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Genesis 9 teaches that God gave moral law to all nations after the Flood. This is called Noahide Law. The apostle Paul taught that the Law of Moses, given at Mount Sinai, was added to Noahide Law to create a government structure for ancient Israel. Gentile nations were never under this Mosaic Covenant, and the Mosaic Covenant was set aside for the Jewish believers in Messiah at Jesus’ first coming. This is taught by Protestant, Roman Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox denominations, as well as most cults. Noahide Law is taught by the ancient church fathers, the Talmud, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and many other very ancient manuscripts. It was the doctrine of the Pharisees, Sadducees, and the Essenes.
In contrast, only the Hebrew Roots Movement believes that Noahide Law never existed and that every single person is still required to keep the Law of Moses: the Sabbath, kosher food laws, sacrifices, festivals, circumcision, etc. The Essenes (keepers of the Dead Sea Scrolls) excommunicated Hebrew Roots believers from their order, calling them heretics. Chapters in this book show Noahide Law from many sources: the writings of Moses, the rest of the Old Testament, the Gospels, and the epistles of Paul. Ancient sources like the book of Gad the Seer, Seder Olam, and others are also cited. Other chapters include Essene history, Noahide Law throughout history, and errors of various hyper-Hebrew Roots groups.
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Helpful for all who read the entire Bible!
This book should be gifted to all new Christians along with every gifted Bible.
To avoid reading the Old Testament is a mistake. To avoid reading the entire Bible is an even greater mistake. Dr. Ken Johnson clears away much of the confusion. - not only with this book. While there is no substitute for prayerfully reading an authentically translated version of the holy Scriptures, I have read and/or listened to many of Dr. Johnson's books and have greatly benefited by so doing.
Here is a video of Dr. Ken Johnson discussing this book on his YT channel.
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