Psalm 83 The Missing Prophecy Revealed
by Bill Salus
© 2013 Prophecy Depot Ministries
Review by Gabriel Patton
Nothing less than the future of Israel in the Middle East and, by extension, the shape of our world to come are the subjects tackled in Psalm 83: The Missing Prophecy Revealed by Bill Salus. With in-depth analysis of the New King James Version of the Scriptures, Salus finds connections that are both thrilling and occasionally frightening, but ultimately provide the reader with a singular understanding of Israel’s fundamental destiny as the next Mideast superpower.
A Rabbi Looks at the Last Days
by Jonathan Bernis
© 2013, Chosen Books
A Division of Baker Publishing Group
Review by G.J. Mills
A Rabbi Looks at the Last Days isn’t the typical tedious attempt to decipher Biblical mysteries about the Messiah’s return.
In the first part of the book, Bernis challenges well-ensconced eschatological mindsets by providing prophetic insights that are often overlooked by end-time apologists. He then invigorates Jewish and Gentile believers alike to be active participants in ushering in God’s Kingdom in the latter section.
Who Ate Lunch with Abraham?
By Asher Intrater
Intermedia Publishing Group © 2011
Review by Chad Elliot
There is a shadowy figure that appears throughout the Hebrew Scriptures and Asher Intrater wants his readers to know the identity of this mysterious person. Having been involved with the Messianic Movement almost since its modern origin, as well as being founder of Ahavat Yeshua congregation in Jerusalem and leader of the apostolic ministry Revive Israel, Intrater is wellequipped to tackle a weighty task: examining the appearances of God in the form of a man throughout the Hebrew Scriptures. Intrater’s scholarship from Harvard University, Baltimore Hebrew College, and Messiah Biblical Institute is evident throughout the volume.