Jesus by Mounir R. Sa'adah
The Son of Man:A Story Based on and His Times

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The Book of Ephraim is totally contrary to everything that has been taught through the years. Its pivotal position is that of the gross misunderstanding of what the Bible is trying to impart to the world and the huge blasphemy that has been perpetrated by those who maintain the incorrect teaching of the Almighty, of Yeshua (Christ) and of the original thirteen tribes of the Ancient House of Israel. Yahoshuah recalls how each chapter seemed to just hang in front of his mind's eye as he merely wrote the words on to paper. "There was at no time any effort to think about what next to write. The Book of Ephraim wrote itself." Mystical in nature, the Book of Ephraim chronicles the development of the tribes and follows the progressive movement through the pages of the Bible until this special group of people are destroyed and divinely curse by Yahovah, the creator and sustainer of ancient Israel. The book traces and clearly shows that there is only one group of people throughout all history that could even remotely be identified with the lost sheep of the House of Israel. Controversial and shocking, The Book of Ephraim will leave you enthralled.
 

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Published June 9, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 316 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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