The New Testament Code: The Cup of the Lord, the Damascus Covenant, and the Blood of Christ

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - 1053 ページ
It’s finally here—and Eisenman’s many readers will not be disappointed! In this follow-up to his blockbuster biblical studies, world-renowned scholar Eisenman not only gives us a full examination of James’ relationship to the Dead Sea Scrolls, he also reveals the true history of Palestine in the first century and the real ‘Jesus’ of that time. It’s a work of intriguing speculative history, complete with a conspiracy theory as compelling as any thriller.
Eisenman begins with a question: “Is there a ‘New Testament Code?’” He proves that there is—and exposes the deliberate revisions, falsifications, and historical trivializations introduced into New Testament writings. In so doing, he identifies the Scrolls as the literature of the Messianic Movement in Palestine and “decodes” many favorite sayings in the Gospels, including “These are the signs that the Lord did in Cana of Galilee.” Offering a point-by-point analysis of James’ relationship to the Dead Sea Scrolls, he illuminates such subjects as the “Pella Flight,” the wilderness camps, and Paul as an “Herodian,” and demonstrates how, once we have found the Historical James, we will find the Historical Jesus.
Every page presents fascinating new insights and revelations that will leave Eisenman’s many fans enraptured. And because it will coincide with the release of the similarly themed film of The Da Vinci Code, interest will be high.





 

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Excellent review of some off the "Dead Sea Scrolls" and their nearness in time to the early Jesus movement. Somewhat obtuse, took me a year to read through it, but very rewarding. レビュー全文を読む

The New Testament Code : Unconvering the Truth About James the Brother of Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls

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In his 1997 book,James the Brother of Jesus , Eisenman (Middle Eastern religions & archaeology, California State Univ.) argued that James is to be identified with the Teacher of Righteousness of the ... レビュー全文を読む

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目次

Names Concepts and Places The AntiSemitic Peter and Herodians at Antioch
3
The Attack by Paul on James the Memorial Mausoleum at Qumran and the James Ossuary
32
Essene Bathers in the East and Abrahams Homeland
67
Peter as a Daily Bather and the Secret Adam Tradition
90
James as RainMaker and Friend of God
123
Other RainMaking Zaddiks in the Primal Adam Tradition
142
Revolutionary Messianism and the Elijah Redivivus Tradition
173
Do Not Throw Holy Things to Dogs
197
Confrontations between James and Paul
551
Cursed Be Anyone Hung upon a Tree and Boasting in the Flesh
574
Reerecting the Fallen Tent of David and the Fountain of Living Waters
601
The Star who Came to Damascus and the Song of the Well
638
The Destruction of the Righteous Teacher by the Wicked Priest
697
He Swallowed the Righteous Teacher with his Guilty Trial
757
The Cup of the Wrath of God Will Swallow Him
808
He Rejected the Law in the Midst of Their Whole Assembly
848

Mary Anoints Martha Serves Judas Iscariot Complains
224
Every Plant which My Heavenly Father has not Planted Shall be Uprooted
256
The Dogs who Licked Poor Lazarus Sores
298
Rabbi Eliezers Bad Breath and Lazarus Stinking Body
341
Barring the Dogs from the Wilderness Camps
370
The Wilderness Camps and Benjamin the Golah of the Desert
405
James Proclamation in the Temple and Joining the Heavenly Holy Ones
429
Temple Sacrifice at Qumran and in the New Testament
455
James in the Anabathmoi Jacobou and Paul as Herodian
474
The Pella Flight and Agabus Prophecy
510
The Cup of the New Covenant in His Blood
889
From Adiabene to Cyrene The Cup of the Lord the Blood of Christ and the Sicaricon
939
Note on Translations and Endnotes
999
List of Abbreviations
1003
Chronological Chars
1006
Genealogies
1009
Maps
1012
Index
1017
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