Is Yeshua the Prophesied Messiah of the Hebrew Bible?

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Have you ever wondered if the prophesied Mashiach of the Hebrew Bible is the same as the Jesus that Christians embrace as Messiah?

• What about the many messianic prophecies recorded in the Old Testament, including G-d's promise of a new covenant for His people, the Jews-have they been fulfilled?

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Overview

Have you ever wondered if the prophesied Mashiach of the Hebrew Bible is the same as the Jesus that Christians embrace as Messiah?

• What about the many messianic prophecies recorded in the Old Testament, including G-d's promise of a new covenant for His people, the Jews-have they been fulfilled?

• And if so, what is the significance for our Jewish friends and neighbors?

In Is Yeshua the Prophesied Messiah of the Hebrew Bible?, author Dan Kane examines a number of Hebrew Bible messianic prophecies, along with other ancient Jewish writings, and weighs them against events in the life of Jesus (Yeshua) as recorded in Scripture. Such prophecies include the birth of Mashiach; the Messiah as the suffering servant of Isaiah 53; and Mashiach as the Shiloh of Genesis 49:10.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781606150030
  • Publisher: WinePress Publishing WA
  • Publication date: 2/28/2009
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Author Dan Kane has earned degrees in science and engineering and has a career that centers on the disposal of radioactive waste. He is a member of Liberty Baptist Church and serves as an adult Bible study teacher. Kane is also the author of the recently published book, For Our Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant Friends. Kane lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Table of Contents

Introduction ix

1 The Jesus of the New Testament 1

2 The Calm Before the Storm 51

3 Trials and Treachery 65

4 It Is Finished 85

5 It Is Joy Unspeakable and Full of Glory 95

6 Prophecies About Mashiach in the Hebrew Bible 103

Conclusion 137

Appendix A Non-Christian Doctrines Taught by So-Called Christian Churches 153

Bibliography 167

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  • Posted November 10, 2009

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    Yeshua the Mashiach - Prophecy Fullfilled?

    "Is Yeshua the Prophesied Messiah?" examines a number of Old Testament prophecies concerning Jesus to provide an answer this question. Is the prophesied Mashiach of the Hebrew Bible the same as the Jesus that Christians embrace as Messiah? Zane looks at prophecies from Moses, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel, and Zechariah to explore evidence as to whether Jesus fulfilled any or all of them.

    Kane's work creditable and is worthy of serious study. He is systematic in his presentation. The material is organized in a logical order, is well researched, and clearly communicated. Zane takes an analytical approach in his study of the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, as well as of the ancient Jewish writings. The time line of the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus was helpful to me in establishing His authenticity as the promised Messiah.

    Of special interest to me was Kane's look into the role of the Roman Catholic Church in the writing of Jewish rabbis and on how this teaching and these traditions remain, deeply rooted, in many Christian denominations to this day.

    Many may take exception to Kane's conclusions and charge him with not being objective in his conclusions. However, Bible Scholars, Pastors, and layman will find "Is Yeshua The Prophesied Messiah of The Hebrew Bible?" a valuable addition to their to their resource library for in-depth examination and ongoing reference in their personal study on the subject of Messianic Judaism.

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  • Posted June 15, 2009

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    Very Educational

    Not being Hebrew, I had several questions answered as to how the Hebrew Bible could be ignored and how the practicing Jews handled the discrepancies between current practices and written instructions. Enjoyed it too!

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