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The Temple Revealed in Creation: A Portrait of the Family (Volume 1)

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The subject of the Temple in Jerusalem usually generates a great deal of debate peppered with lots of questions and sprinkled with more than a little controversy. Some view the Temple as a building that was destroyed in the first century but will be built again to fulfill the prophecies of Daniel and Revelation. Others think the Temple is irrelevant because Yeshua’s (Jesus) sacrifice replaced it. Some are waiting for a new Temple to appear out of the heavens while others are taking steps to build it here on earth. Some see the Temple in abstract and spiritual terms while others see only a physical building that was destroyed. Dr. Dinah Dye explores the ancient understanding of the temple from the birth of time. She takes the reader back to the "beginning" and shows its enduring relevance for today’s family.  Bodie Thoene said: This is a MUST READ for everyone who longs for a deeper understanding of The Temple, Heaven, and God's great love for us! My highest recommendation!! 


About the Author

Dr. Dinah Dye was raised in a Conservative Jewish home in Ottawa, Canada where she celebrated the biblical feasts with her family, enjoyed summers at an Orthodox Jewish camp and attended Hebrew school. In her early twenties Dinah was deeply involved in the New Age movement until she came to believe that Yeshua was the promised Jewish Messiah spoken of by the prophets.   Dr. Dye holds a DMIN in Hebraic Studies in Christianity and has been uncovering the Hebraic connections between the Gospels and Epistles and the Torah for over 35 years. Dinah’s materials are available on her website, Foundations in Torah, in audio, video and written formats. She also has regular weekly programs on a number of TV, radio and Internet sites. Dinah speaks at conferences and for local congregations throughout the United States, as well as internationally. Dinah and her husband, Michael live in a small town outside of Albuquerque as close as possible to her grandchildren.
218 pages