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The Messianic Feast

Moving Beyond The Ritual

By T. Alex Tennent
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Format: Softcover
ISBN 13: 978-0-9897656-0-2
LCCN: 2013916296
Trim Size: 7" x 10"
Number of Pages: 604
Publisher: Messianic Publishing LLC
Publication Date: 1/7/2014

Winner of a gold medal in the prestigious 2014 Independent Publisher (IPPY) awards, The Messianic Feast represents a sea change in biblical understanding.  First, this work uncovers the true history of the Jewish disconnect that occurred in Rome. These early Messianic Jews understood that the Messiah was crucified on the 14th day and therefore knew that the Last Supper was not the Passover, contrary to prevailing beliefs today.

Second, in proving that the Last Supper was not the Passover, the author does what has not been done before—showing what the scriptures truly mean in their original Greek language, specifically those that portray that the Last Supper was the Passover. This is only the beginning, however, for it also reveals that neither the Messiah nor his early Jewish followers ever taught the Communion ritual kept by most churches today. By reconnecting the Messiah’s Last Supper parables to the long Jewish history of a coming Messianic banquet amazing new truths emerge. 

After graduating from Bible college in Seattle in 1983, T. Alex Tennent entered the graduate degree theology program. Motivated by a love for God’s word, he continued studying the Greek language to better interpret and understand the original scriptures. This journey led to harmonizing the Greek scriptures relating to the Last Supper controversy, in turn opening the door to even greater understandings. 

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ISBN 13: 978-0-9897656-2-6
Publisher: Messianic Publishing LLC
Publication Date: 1/7/2014

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Publication Date: 1/7/2014

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The Messiah's Baptism

By T. Alex Tennent
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ISBN 13: 9780989765633
Trim Size: 6" x 9"
Publication Date: 7/31/2018

The teaching that water baptism is required by the Lord for all believers is almost universal in Christian religion. Why question it?

The earliest Jewish Messianic followers did, and their disputes with first-century author Tertullian (considered the Father of Latin Christianity) remain almost unknown today. When they claimed that water baptism as no longer necessary for salvation, an angry Tertullian fought back in his treatise, On Baptism. With the full power of Rom backing him, these early Jewish Messianic voices were lost to time and tradition. 

This book takes a fresh look at the scriptures to see if what has been handed down to us is truly accurate, or if the Roman Church (and later the Protestants) missed something on this important subject. 

Was there a transition period in the baptism doctrine as seen in the book of Acts as Christ's followers moved into the promised New Covenant? (As a hint, remember that John the Baptist said that God called him to baptize in water, but that Jesus would baptize in the Holy Spirit.) And Jesus himself said similar things at several different times. 

With painstaking analysis and careful attention to interpretive nuance, this book invites readers to view baptism from another vantage point - through the original idioms and perspective of first-century Jewish believers. You may never think about baptism the same way again. 

After graduating from Bible college in Seattle in 1983, T. Alex Tennent entered the graduate degree theology program. Motivated by a love for God’s word, he continued studying the Greek language to better interpret and understand the original scriptures. This journey led to harmonizing the Greek scriptures relating to the Last Supper controversy, in turn opening the door to even greater understandings. 

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