Jon Taylor

Review of ‘Evidence for the Bible’

Clive Anderson and Brian Edwards provide a great service by producing a biblical archaeology book accessible to many whilst facilitating the means to dig deeper. The layout is clear and amply illustrated with relevant

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The Jewish Messiah

His name in Hebrew is Yeshua and He is the most famous and influential Jewish person that ever lived. He never authored a book although more books have been written about Him than any

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Psalm 120 Praying for Deliverance

If you were to search on google earth and zoom in on a specific location, you would travel from far out and then remain in your intended destination. The songs of ascents (Psalm 120-135)

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Ezekiel 38:1-23 Gog and Allies Invade Israel

Dr Chaim Weizmann, the first president of Israel stated famously, “The Jewish nation is a ghost nation. Only the God of Israel has kept the Jewish people alive.”[i] Insightfully, David Ben Gurion, the first

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Foreshadows of Messiah-Melchizedek

Melchizedek is one of the most mysterious and intriguing characters in the Bible. He seems to fade into the background as quickly as he emerges in Genesis 14:18-20 to bless Abram and God Most

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Foreshadows of Messiah-Noah

The example of Noah, especially in connection with the ark, is a foreshadowing, or type of Messiah. This applies with reference to deliverance and protection that the ark provided as the only means of

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Foreshadows of Messiah-Abel

Abel was a forerunner of Messiah since he was a shepherd who was counted as a righteous prophet (Luke 8:50-51). He was also slain despite his innocence and was obedient unto God. Yeshua (Jesus)

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Foreshadows of Messiah-Adam

Adam was the head of the human race and in the Scriptures, he is compared and contrasted with Messiah. Do humans sin because they are sinful, or are they sinful because they sin? Adam

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More than a Mensch

Was Yeshua (Jesus) a mensch, meshuggah or Messiah? Jesus is the most famous Jewish person that ever lived but if you ask people who He was or is, there will inevitably be a variety

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The Moral Argument for God

Why is it that there are so many books on the subject of crime in most bookstores? And why is there no shortage of series, films, documentaries, and even theatrical performances centred around crime,

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Worshipping the Creator not the Creation

Environmentalism has been on the political agenda for quite some time now, but this year has seen a series of significant events. The Extinction Rebellion protesters have enlisted wide support, other groups have blocked

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The Cosmological Argument for God

Today we hear much of the intelligent design argument for God and possibly less of the cosmological argument for God, than in past centuries. The cosmological argument is a logical argument pointing to a

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Review of ‘The Search’ by Lorna Simcox

How does one delineate between fact and fiction? Lorna Simcox had an accomplished background in writing in the newspaper business. She was keenly aware of how accounts can be concocted and embellished convincing many.

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The Jewish Setting of John’s Gospel

When we consider the Jewish setting of John’s Gospel it helps us to understand John’s purpose for writing. John wrote that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God and

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