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The Sons Of Zadok
     

The Sons Of Zadok

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by Dr. C. R. Oliver
 
The Sons of Zadok is a hard hitting exposure to the Zadok priesthood of Ezekiel 44. It explores the Zadok ministry from the time of Melchizedek through the Davidic period to the present. Passages from Zechariah's priesthood are reviewed and applied to the reader's personal ministry model.

A section is devoted to Eli and his wayward sons Hophni and Phineas and

Overview

The Sons of Zadok is a hard hitting exposure to the Zadok priesthood of Ezekiel 44. It explores the Zadok ministry from the time of Melchizedek through the Davidic period to the present. Passages from Zechariah's priesthood are reviewed and applied to the reader's personal ministry model.

A section is devoted to Eli and his wayward sons Hophni and Phineas and reveals the bankruptcy of a failed religious order. Captured in these pages is a clear delineation between system and the Spirit. The Sons of Zadok lays it on the line spiritually with every page filled with challenge.

Experienced Based: The first chapter takes the reader to an incident in a theological seminary in Chile. Throughout the balance of the work there are many references to mission settings and firsthand experiences.

Bible Based: Every chapter unfolds a new commentary on relevant Scriptures. Ties between the Old Testament and companion truths in the New Testament abound. This is an exhaustive study with emphasis on separation from conventional wisdom in many places.

Spectrum Oriented: Rich soil is uncovered in the form of scenarios of biblical events which lead the reader into new appreciation of why certain things happened to the people of Israel and especially their religious leaders. Parallels are drawn between them and current religious direction.

Symbolism Explained: In the Bible, persons, places and events stand as symbolic sign posts pointing to spiritual paths. Persons like Noah, David and Daniel are prime examples. The Sons of Zadok draws upon these idioms.

Favorable Comments: In the paperback edition, thousands of copies in six printings have brought this text across the globe. Home Groups have used the text for extended Bible study. Seminaries have used the text for ministerial instruction. Ministries have modeled their curriculum to include precepts from this book. Scores of individuals have purchased this book for their friends and family. Many of its owners have read it multiple times and declare "to have found something new every time." It is currently in three languages: English, Spanish, German

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148651796
Publisher:
Zadok Publications
Publication date:
08/09/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
File size:
273 KB

Meet the Author

Dr. C. R. Oliver, B.A., MDiv., M.A., PhD., is a retired college professor and ordained minister.

As Professor, he has taught a range of subjects including Philosophy. Although credentialed in Behavioral Science, he has also utilized his theological training by teaching Biblical studies. He has been published in Reflessi, the International Journal for Counseling; Church Administration, Family Life, Southwestern Sociological Association Journal and the American Journal of Sociology. He has lectured both in the U.S. and abroad and chaired several organizations of behavioral science.

As Minister, he has served twenty-eight years as pastor, alongside teaching and other duties. Ministering in 53 countries, both in education and religion, his range of duties extended from establishing missions in countries to advising and assisting multiple missionary enterprises. His works reflect many of his experiences in these fields of service.

As Author, he is credited with seven books, which are detailed in this volume, plus has been involved in several editing and advising capacities with other religious writers. Due to the popularity of his work, he has been privileged to maintain speaking tours both in the U.S. and abroad.

As President of OEA International, a nonprofit missionary organization, he has continued his involvement with several worthwhile evangelistic and missionary endeavors, including the building of church buildings in Southeast Asia and Central and South America.

As Publisher, Dr. Oliver is the CEO of Zadok Publications, a division of OEA International. The publication of books in English, Spanish and German for religious markets has now grown to 23 foreign countries besides all of South America, the U.S. and Canada. Dr. Oliver's books have been featured in Pastor's Conferences worldwide and Zadok Publications' materials are readily accessible through many ministries and bookstores or can be obtained through its website: www.zadokpublications.com.

Dr. Oliver resides in the Woodlands, Texas, with his wife Betty A. Oliver. Mrs. Oliver is a retired career teacher and professor of English. She is CFO of Zadok Publications and also operations director. Visit her website as a resident artist at www.thewatercolorstudio.com.

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