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Rose Publishing covers how we got the Bible in an easy-to-understand way, using church history timelines, pictures, and charts.
The history of the Bible includes everything from key translators, historical events, and reasons to believe in the Bibles reliability.
The High Holy Days include the Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah) and the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) Christianity's roots in ancient Hebrew culture provide fascinating insights into the life and culture of Jesus in the New Testament, and additional symbolism for believers today.
Christians believe that each feast, particularly the Passover Seder, has symbolism that points to the Person and work of Jesus Christ as the great high priest and the perfect sacrificial lamb.
The names of Jesus include King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Good Shepherd, Chief Cornerstone, etc.
Each of Jesus's names has a meaning that sheds light on Jesus's character.
Three of the feasts were "pilgrimage festivals": Passover, Feast of Weeks, and Feast of Tabernacles, also known as Feast of Booths, when the Hebrew people came to worship at the Tabernacle, and later at the Temple in the Jerusalem.
These feasts are described in Exodus 33-34 and Deuteronomy 16.
Each has a meaning that sheds light on God's character.
It compares 12 major churches, their organization, beliefs, and history, and gives a 150-word description of each.
Christianity has experienced many splits and schisms over its 2,000-year history.
Christian History covers the growth, events, and key people in the Church from the time of Jesus Christ to modern day, and includes church divisions, new denominations of Christianity, and offshoots that make up the Family Tree of Denominations.
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