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The End Times Passover: Etymological Challenges to Millenarian Doctrines Paperback – Oct 1 2006

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  • Paperback: 556 pages
  • Publisher: Authorhouse (Oct. 1 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1425969623
  • ISBN-13: 978-1425969622
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 3.5 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 816 g
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HASH(0xb58cc078) out of 5 stars Yes, there is a Light at the end of the tunnel March 4 2014
By John Lizzi - Published on
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After reading “The End Times Passover”, by Joe Ortiz, a verse of scripture immediately comes to mind;

And immediately there fell from his (Paul’s) eyes as it had been scales: and he received sight forthwith, and arose, and was baptized. Acts 9:18 KJV.

Like Paul, the scales of ignorance begin to fall from the reader’s eyes as Joe presents a solid foundation, based on scripture with accurate translations, of the reality of Jesus Christ and what is expected of His believers. Joe doesn’t play games, sugarcoat or reinterpret God’s Word to fit some religious traditions that may be more palatable for the weak of faith. Neither does Joe present probabilities and possibilities of God’s Word as if it were a sci-fi adventure.

The truth about The Bride of Christ, The Resurrection, the rapture and The Millennium are just some of the subjects that Joe covers including the interpretations and destinations of the body, soul and spirit after death. In one chapter Joe fearlessly discusses the three persons of God, a point of conjecture for some, and answers this mystery with scriptural proof and clarity in just four simple words.

Joe tells it as it is. His research of over a quarter of a century, just for this book, separates Joe from the pundits and "theorists", both religious and secular, who may preach with ulterior motives.

Reading each chapter is like activating dormant neurons. Joe opens a pathway for people to come to Jesus Christ not only through blind faith but also with substantial evidence as presented in the Bible. So, yes, there is a Light at the end of the tunnel.
HASH(0xa7bde8ac) out of 5 stars I never got through this because I don't like books that's subject matter is something other than what ... Dec 26 2015
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I never got through this because I don't like books that's subject matter is something other than what the title suggests. Joe spent at least half of the book laboring to death the subject of the pre-tribulation rapture. Since I don't believe in the pre-tribulation rapture it became an irritant as chapter after chapter belabored the point. How anyone who reads the bible can believe in the rapture is beyond me. You will have to throw out the book of Matthew, Luke and Revelation. Therefore it would no longer be the word of God.

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