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The Death of Messiah: Twenty Articles That Address a Subject of Grief, Hope, and Ultimate Triumph

by Kjær-Hansen, Kai

Messianic Jewish Publishers 1994

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Overview

This compilation of twenty excellent articles, written by well-known believers, addresses the issue of Messiah and offers proof that Yeshua—the true Messiah—not only died, but was resurrected! Chapters included:

  • Welcome King Messiah!
  • God`s Messiah in the Tanakh
  • Qumran, Messiah, and Jesus
  • The Messiah Who Was Cursed on the Tree
  • The Messiah Who Died for our Sins
  • The Risen Messiah
  • The Messianic Idea in Judaism
  • The Habad Movement and Its Messiah
  • On Calculating the Time of the Messiah`s Appearance
  • The Rebirth of Messianic Judaism
  • The Coming Messiah and the Return of Jesus
  • and more!

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Key Features

  • Messianic Jewish perspectives on the Messiah's death and resurrection
  • Numerous contributors on various topics

Product Details

  • Title: The Death of Messiah: Twenty Articles That Address a Subject of Grief, Hope, and Ultimate Triumph
  • Editor: Kai Kjaer-Hansen
  • Publisher: Messianic Jewish Publishers
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 160

About Kai Kjaer-Hansen

Kai Kjaer-Hansen is International Coordinator of Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangelism (LCJE).