The Lifting of the Veil: Acts 15:20-21

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Trafford Publishing, 2009 - Religion - 296 pages
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The Lifting of the Veil is a biblically solid book that reveals the New Testament's position on the Law of Moses. The Church, interpreting the four rules of James (Acts 15:20) as table fellowship, completely misses God's point. Understood from its Hebraic perspective the four rules are the theological pillars that establish the Law for every believer. Here's what others are saying about the book:

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This book is by far the best on the subject of Torah and its relationship to the followers of Yeshua the Messiah, be they Jew or Gentile. No questions are left unanswer-ed. This is truly a magnificent work! Donna Klindt of Cody, Wyoming, USA said, Art Katz said, What we read should be an event in our lives if it bears the words of life from our living God.' Your book is an event in my life. It has been consuming and confirming and challenging, all at the same time. Thank you, precious brother, thank you, and not just you, but our Lord and Savior, Jesus the Messiah. Elizabeth Smit of Piketberg, South Africa wrote, I have read (studied) it. What an incredible piece of work you have done on this! So informative, so thorough, and so eye-opening. Thank you very much. You should see what my own copy looks like exclamation marks, highlighted passages, underlinings, bible references, color references, side notes, etc. When I have studied something I know it inside-out and what a feast this was!

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