A revelation given to Jesse ben Yosef on Tammuz 17, 2012.
The following are actual objections to the Book of Enoch, along with responses.
The following is a compilation of attestations to the authenticity and acceptance of the Book of Enoch as Scripture by the fathers of the early church. This list is, by no means, an exhaustive list of quotations from the church fathers, but is rather just skimming of the surface. At any rate, the case is … [Read more…]
The following is a compilation of quotations, allusions, and parallels between the writing of Yeshua’s Apostles, commonly referred to as the “New Testament,” and the Book of Enoch. In the spirit of academic honesty, I will note here that only one of these passages is a direct quotation. (Jude 1:14-15 quoting Enoch 1:9) Many, if … [Read more…]
Early church chronicler Hegesippus indicates that some sort of massive paradigm shift away from the Hebrew faith must have occurred sometime after Yeshua’s ascension, but during his own lifetime. An amazing parallel to this same event can be found in Judges 2, which can be used as a powerful analogy to better understand the apostasy the … [Read more…]
The following is intended to be a brief summary of a Biblical time line, showing the history behind the House of Judah, i.e. the Jewish people, and the House of Joseph, who had been scattered to the nations, effectively becoming “gentiles.”
Have you ever wondered why the Jews reject Jesus? Perhaps it is not Jesus they reject, but Christianity as a whole- and rightly so. The mainstream church has, in times past, put forth some very anti-Semitic teachings and statements. Now my intent here is not to make a blanket statement against all of Christendom; in … [Read more…]
One factor that has proven to be a stumbling block for many who adhere to the notion that the so-called “New Testament” was written to a “Gentile Church” is this: if Yeshua’s mission to earth was to redeem the Lost Sheep of the Northern Kingdom of Israel, then why have they not yet been restored? … [Read more…]
No three aspects of the Torah Driven Life have come under attack nearly so prevalently as keeping the Sabbath, the practice of circumcision of the flesh, and eating the kosher diet. These three elements of Torah keeping are undoubtedly three of the most physically defining points of obedience to God’s commandments. According to YHWH our … [Read more…]
In reading through the Scriptures, in both the Tanakh and the Apostolic Writings, the overwhelming theme is the restoration, regathering, and reunification of both Houses of Israel- Judah and Joseph. What I find incredible is the numerous references to the Lost Ten Tribes in the Apostolic Writings that are referencing back to a specific terminology … [Read more…]