There is no remnant, Jewish or Christian present today, Romans 11:5 notwithstanding misinterpretations, refers to a remnant at the beginning of the Age of Grace dispensation. There is no Christian remnant and to misuse the term for Christians or the Church is in violation of God's rule for remnants that He has maintained throughout history.
What God has given us is a view of Israel's future remnant, which He is yet to call. This book is about the Eschatological Jewish remnant, empowered by God to flee the Antichrist and his Abomination of Desolation, into the Wilderness. There God preserves the Jewish remnant and brings them into the Kingdom of God.
About the Author
Charles was born in Washington, D.C., sixty-nine years ago. He has studied the subject of Bible Versions since 1985. He has written a book on the subject entitled "Modern Version Failures."
He has attended Gustavus Adolphus College in St Peter, Minnesota; Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California; and Macedonia Baptist College in Midland, North Carolina.
Mr. Kriessman currently holds a Doctorate Degree in Biblical Studies from G.C. B.I. in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida.
He is currently working on a doctorate Degree in theology from G.C.B.I. in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida.
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS 4
DEFINED TERMS 7
BIOGRAPHICAL PAGE 12
CHAPTER 1; THE CAPTIVITIES OF ISRAEL & JUDAH. 91
CHAPTER 2: THE SEPARATORS 140
CHAPTER 3 178
DIASPORA: LATER DISPERSION 178
CHAPTER 4 230
LAST REMNANT – REVELATION 12 230