Iuniverse Inc, 01.09.2005 - 214 Seiten
More than two thousand years ago, all of Israel awaited the glorious and imminent arrival of the Christ. Why, then, did His appearance create a division among both the leadership and the people of Israel? How does the Old Testament story of Elijah and the prophecy of his return relate to this division? Author Joshua Caleb delivers a challenging and multidimensional account of the relationship between the returning Prophet Elijah, John the Baptist, and Jesus, and the true theological reason the advent of the Christ divided into a First and Second Coming.
Based upon a series of cohesive and self-evident truths and arguments rooted in the four gospels, "The Return of Elijah, John the Baptist, and Jesus" reveals new spiritual ground upon which Judaism and Christianity can be of common mind toward Jesus. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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