The Septuagint is the earliest extant Greek translation from a Hebrew Text that is currently lost to us.
During the age of the Messiah and the Apostles it appears they exclusively used this translation as
is demonstrated by the parallels to the Septuagint found in their quotes from the Hebrew Scriptures.
The Septuagint persevered into the age of the Church Fathers where after it inexplicably fell into
This editing is a fresh approach to Sir Lancelot Charles Lee Brenton’s 1844 translation,
in that it restores the original Hebrew Names as found in the Judaic Masoretic Text. While this
approach may seem like a glaring paradox it may however be reasoned that a more satisfying
English translation has subsequently evolved.
The Shakespearean English of the Brenton translation has been modernised however the
bulk of the text remains authentic even though some passages may be difficult to read.
Extensive footnotes are included; of original footnotes and Hebrew observations.
EXPOUNDING THE HEBREW TERM TAMEEM
INCORPORATING THE RECOLLECTIONS OF CLEMENT
Obedience brings joy to the heart of the Creator.
The Scriptures and numerous manuscripts examined show that obedience is expected of the Sons of Light. By focusing on the Hebrew term tameem we can get a proper understanding of obedience.
A comparison of Bible Commentaries demonstrates vast differences in opinions of the concept of obedience and its application to us.
The ‘lost’ Clementine literature examined in this book dispels this confusion.
It is hoped that this book will assist each reader to gain a favourable standing with our Creator.
THE ORIGIN OF OBEDIENCE
AN EXAMPLE OF COMPLETE OBEDIENCE
WHO IS THE BEN-ADAM
WE MUST BE TAMEEM
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE BOOK OF ENOCH
164 page book that serves as an introduction into the book of 1 Enoch - Second Edition.
A diligent study of the Book of Enoch reveals that many ‘Old Testament’ writers not only had access to the book but knew it intimately. Many of the Messiah’s teachings appear remarkably similar to the Two Ways found in the Book of Enoch. The early first century followers of ‘The Way’ respected the Book of Enoch and used it, as is demonstrated by the Bible writes Jude’s quotation from the book. The Ante-Nicene Fathers had access to the Book of Enoch and not only valued it, but also most considered it a sacred writing.
Why then is the Book of Enoch neither found in the accepted Bible Cannon we have today nor studied as sacred scripture, yet it was canonised in the Eastern Orthodox version of the Bible.
The Book has been disregarded by many scholars and theologians for thousands of years. Even the find in 1770 by explorer James Bruce was challenged by critics. Recently the Dead Sea Scrolls of the Qumran Community have vindicated the claims that the book is indeed an ancient document.
This book is an introduction to the book of Enoch dealing with its reliability and antiquity. It further reveals a deeper understanding of the Book of Enoch, and demonstrates a some of the allegories contained therein. This book also considers the Book of Enoch; a source of joy, morality and copious wisdom and expounds these qualities.
Chapter 1 - Peter and Jude have a message for us today
Chapter 2 - What is required for eternal life?
Chapter 3 - Why can we trust the Book of Enoch?
Chapter 4 - Why are true names so important?
Chapter 5 - Understanding the Book of Khanokh
Chapter 6 - The judgement of Azazel
Chapter 7 - Who is Gog of Magog?
Chapter 8 - The Plan of the Ages – Sevens
Chapter 9 - The Ben-Adam – what is his function
Chapter 10 - The Ben-Adam – what is his originality
Chapter 11 - The Ben-Adam and our morality
Chapter 12 - YHWH and our morality
THE REPENTANCE PROJECT
This book explains what is required by the congregation of the elect to ensure Elohim's (God's) favour. It details the return of Eliyahu's (Elijah's) return and how we might recognise this important event.
As a succession to "I know a mystery", this book examines the events surrounding the congregation of the elect in the last days before the Day of Judgement.
Chapter 1 - The ones that were saved
Chapter 2 - Traditions and interpretations
Chapter 3 - The Master’s return
Chapter 4 - The bacharim of love
Chapter 5 - The Enochian covenant
Chapter 6 - The days before Judgement
Chapter 7 - Supplication for the nations
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