The Book of Hosea

Bible Study > Old Testament > The Book Of Hosea An Overlooked Study: The Book of Hosea Hosea 5:15ff See also The Next Holocaust and the Refuge in Edom. by Chuck Missler When Moses asked Pharaoh to "Let my people go," Pharaoh responded, "Who is the Lord that I should obey His voice to let Israel go?"  If Pharaoh could have read the book of Hosea, he would have known that the Lord was a sovereign God (Chapters 1-3); a Continue Reading

Pattern, not Just Prediction: Midrash Hermeneutics

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > Midrash Hermeneutics Pattern, not Just Prediction: Midrash Hermeneutics Galatians 4:22-26. by Chuck Missler The interpretation of Scripture is called hermeneutics.  Our approach to hermeneutics will always be influenced by our worldview, our own culture, and the presuppositions we bring to the task. The interpretations understood by Jewish rabbis like Jesus and Continue Reading

Ruth: A Romance of Redemption

From Koinonia House Bible Study > Old Testament > Ruth: A Romance Of Redemption A Favorite Old Testament Prophecy Book: Ruth: A Romance of Redemption Acts 2:1ff. by Chuck Missler On May 21st our Jewish friends will celebrate the Feast of Shavout.1 The Book of Ruth is traditionally read at this holiday, also known as the Feast of Pentecost. For a number of reasons, this feast may have far more prophetic relevance Continue Reading

A Glorious Macrocode: The Book of Ruth

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > The Book Of Ruth A Glorious Macrocode: The Book of Ruth See our Briefing Pack, The Feasts of Israel, for the prophetic implications of each of the seven feasts of the Torah. by Chuck Missler This tiny four-chapter romance has been venerated in college classes for its elegance as literature, but it also reveals a craftsmanship of prophetic anticipation unrivaled Continue Reading

Additions or Deletions? The Last 12 Verses of Mark

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > The Last 12 Verses Of Mark Additions or Deletions? The Last 12 Verses of Mark Psalm 138:2. by Chuck Missler There has been much controversy over the final 12 verses of the Gospel of Mark. Behind this dispute lies some astonishing discoveries of profound significance. The oldest existing manuscripts of the Greek New Testament text are three that had their origins in Continue Reading

The Hyperetai: The Bible in Shorthand

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > The Bible In Shorthand? The Hyperetai: The Bible in Shorthand? John 1:1-3. by Chuck Missler We take for granted the ease with which we can make copies of documents today. Even before the revolution of our copiers and fax machines, it was the invention of Johannes Gutenberg's movable type in 1454 that ushered in the printing techniques that we also have come to take Continue Reading

Evidence of Design: Beloved Numerologist

From Koinonia House Technical > Bible Codes > Beloved Numerologist Evidence of Design: Beloved Numerologist Isn't God - and His remarkable Word - fun? by Chuck Missler The numerical structure of the Bible has been studied closely, being the subject of numerous volumes in the past.1 But none are more provocative than the works of Dr. Ivan Panin.2 Ivan Panin was born in Russia on December 12, 1855. Having Continue Reading