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Gleaning in Ancient Fields

A Christian's Guide to the First Five Books of the Bible

by Maxine Carlill



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/18/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 276
ISBN : 9781973686224
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 276
ISBN : 9781973686231

About the Book

If you’ve ever thought that the first five Books of the Bible aren’t entirely relevant for Christians, think again. This book uncovers the extraordinary hidden treasures of the Torah that are the foundation to all that follows in the Word of God – and that still apply for Christians living today.

Therefore, this book is for Christians who read the Old Testament and get ‘stuck’ in the do’s and don’ts. We know that they are part of the Divinely inspired Bible, so what should we do with them? It is true that much of what we think of as ‘Old Testament law’ was meant for the Jewish people alone, who are called to obey the details spelled out through Moses. However, embedded within these Books are patterns, principles and pictures that the Torah Giver intended for all to follow. This book will help you discover them.

About the Author

Maxine has a unique insight into the value of the Old Testament for Christians. As a keen student of the Bible for over 40 years, Maxine has devoted much of that time to learning how the ancient Judaic riches of the early part of the Bible still offer powerful meaning for contemporary Christians. Known for her insightful teachings as a Bible Study leader, and speaker at Israel-related events, Maxine is passionate about enabling Christians to have a better understanding of their Christian roots, in order to deepen their faith. Maxine has spent over 20 years living in Israel while working as a volunteer, along with her husband, where her appreciation of the importance of the Torah in the lives of all who follow the God of Israel has grown. In this book Maxine combines the wisdom from both Christian understanding, and Jewish Scholarship, to support a deeper connection with the Torah in the Christian world.