The Incomplete Church: Unifying God's Children [NOOK Book]

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Christianity today is very different from the original. To experience the original-the miracles, healings, power, and intimacy with God-we have to examine our Jewish roots. For 2,000 years, there has been a separation between Judaism and Christianity resulting in a lack of miracle power and intimacy with God. The Incomplete Church explores what was stolen by the deceiver in both religions and reveals what will happen when the truth in both converges.
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The Incomplete Church: Unifying God's Children

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Overview

Christianity today is very different from the original. To experience the original-the miracles, healings, power, and intimacy with God-we have to examine our Jewish roots. For 2,000 years, there has been a separation between Judaism and Christianity resulting in a lack of miracle power and intimacy with God. The Incomplete Church explores what was stolen by the deceiver in both religions and reveals what will happen when the truth in both converges.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000214534
  • Publisher: Destiny Images
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,073,736
  • File size: 350 KB

Meet the Author

Sid Roth has a passion for people to experience the power of God for the purpose of having intimacy with Him. He has spent 35 years as a pioneer in Jewish evangelism, planting Messianic Jewish congregations and investigating the supernatural. His television program, It's Supernatural, documents miracles and is viewed internationally. He is now pioneering the next move of God called; One New Man.

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Table of Contents


Foreword     8
The Jewish Covenant     11
"We Are Not Lost"     17
The Rabbinic Conspiracy     25
Who Is Israel?     35
When the Pattern Is Right     49
Christian?     57
The Constantine Conspiracy     63
Biblical Festivals-Blessing or Bondage?     71
Celebrate the Feasts     85
The Law of Evangelism     115
Getting Back to Basics     127
Tradition     139
Truth or Consequences     147
The End of the Gentile Age?     153
For Such a Time as This     163
Endnotes     169
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