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Ancient Seder Olam : a Christian translation of the 2000-year-old scroll

Author: Ken Johnson
Publisher: [United States] : Xulon Press : Ken Johnson, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"This 2000-year-old scroll reveals the chronology from Creation through Cyrus' decree that freed the Jews in 536 BC. The Ancient Seder Olam uses Biblical prophecy to prove its calculations of the timeline. We have used this technique to continue the timeline all the way to the reestablishment of the nation of Israel in AD 1948. Using the Bible and rabbinical tradition, it shows that the ancient Jews awaited King  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ken Johnson
ISBN: 9781600347047 1600347045
OCLC Number: 213331692
Description: 213 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Ken Johnson, Th. D.

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"This 2000-year-old scroll reveals the chronology from Creation through Cyrus' decree that freed the Jews in 536 BC. The Ancient Seder Olam uses Biblical prophecy to prove its calculations of the timeline. We have used this technique to continue the timeline all the way to the reestablishment of the nation of Israel in AD 1948. Using the Bible and rabbinical tradition, it shows that the ancient Jews awaited King Messiah to fulfill the prophecy spoken of in Daniel Chapter 9. The Seder answers many questions about the chronology of the books of Kings and Chronicles. It talks about the coming of Elijah, King Messiah's reign, and the battle of Gog and Magog."--Back cover.

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