In this second interview about our new book “Kidnapped from God: The Call to Come Home,” I am interviewed by Celeste Solum of the popular podcast “Celestial Wonders.” This far-reaching discussion goes very deep into the historical and theological trends that underlay the long gestation, research and completion of KFG. Celeste is gentle but very thorough and knowledgeable about Nazarene Judaism and Hebrew Roots history, development and practice. The result is a discussion that is as uplifting as it is comprehensive. Enjoy!
This was an interview I did with Todd Cleppe of Rivers of Living Waters Ministry, for a radio show that is broadcast in several states. This interview was also filmed via Zoom and does a really great job of covering the main points from our new book “Kidnapped from God: The Call to Come Home.” Click either link below to go straight to the video. Enjoy!
In a special exclusive just for One Faith One People Ministries friends and members, this is the only place to the get the full story of my ongoing quest to retrieve Aramaic Gospels written in 78 CE from the Vatican Library. This story is completely updated, including the most recent correspondence between myself and the staff at the Vatican Library. Enter the mystery and follow the clues in this nearly 2 hour exploration into real history and spiritual politics. This is the only place to get the full story of what I have told only in shorter versions before. This is not Hollywood and it’s not Dan Brown either. It’s a real life adventure in quest of what will be the most important discovery since the Dead Sea Scrolls…and it’s all true!
Compare this to the “public version” that comes in at 28 minutes!
Still in a hurry? Read this brief scholarly essay complete with maps and a bibliography.
Or, take a wider view and see how to separate history from legend in Syriac religious literature.
“The extraordinary richness of the Vatican manuscript collections – Latin, Greek and Oriental – make it one of the world’s outstanding libraries in terms of the quantity and the quality of the manuscripts preserved there, which range from papyrus codices of the Gospels and of other New Testament writings, transcribed only a few decades after they were composed, to late antique manuscripts of Vergil and Terence.” – Official statement from the Vatican Library, https://www.vaticanlibrary.va/en/the-collections/manuscript-department.html.
From the mysterious feast that never happens in Exodus and waits a thousand years for the times to catch up with it, to an amazing untold international story surrounding it to the mysterious identification of the “Feast of the Jews” in Yochanan 5, Purim is a special celebration like none other. Welcome to the start of our precious and beautiful feast season!
Now for the first time in four years, this important teaching on the Name of our Heavenly Father has been updated with brand new evidence and fresh graphics. Filmed at the Tabernacle of David Messianic Synagogue in Burnsville, Minnesota, it is a privilege to have returned to the place where the original series was first done. It is my sincere hope that this renewed and improved effort will greatly enhance the cause of proving the Father’s Name was “Yahweh”! Enjoy!
Some time ago I did a series of programs for a local Christian TV station called Channel 24. I was the guest on a series called “Tap into the Source”. In this first hour-long program that I am showing here, I am part of a three person round-table discussion on the Nazarene-Hebrew Roots movement and history and how we differ from the traditional church. It’s a pretty deep dialogue but also very friendly. I am joined by friends Noe Gonzales and Melinda Abreo who have their own ministries. I hope you enjoy this thorough discussion. Also here’s a tip: The program’s theme music plays for just under a full minute before we start talking so you might want to forward that.
Here is the link for the 24 Appearances of Y’shua in Tanak video, recorded live in Sterling, IL. Enjoy!
In this short video, Andrew explains that the Temple Mount may not be where we have often thought it to be.