The messianic prophecies of Jesus are one of the most discussed, yet often misunderstood, topics of the Bible. Join one of the world's leading scripture scholars in exploring this fascinating subject.
This nine-lecture audio series takes you on a gripping journey from the Age of the Prophets to the Babylonian Exile (587 BC) to the writing of the Dead Sea Scrolls during Jesus’ time. Along the way, you will explore essential passages in both the Old and New Testaments, shedding light on your understanding of Jesus as the Messiah.
What exactly does the word messianic mean? Under the guidance of Fr. Michael Guinan, OFM, you will dive into the biblical passages that address the concept of the Messiah, looking at the Davidic covenant and the promise of the "anointed king" in Isaiah, Jeremiah, and the post-exilic prophets. You will also explore how the New Testament addresses Jesus as the fulfillment of these messianic prophecies.
After examining how early Christian texts addressed messianic meanings, you will look back over the road you've traveled to ask the most essential questions: In what sense can we say that the Old Testament "predicts" Jesus as messiah? And what does it mean to say that Jesus fulfills such promises?
If you love to explore scripture and faith, this course is for you.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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Not Orthodox enough !!!
I picked this thinking it would help me improve my Bible study skills : instead all I got is modernist garbage !!! If you use this in a Catholic Bible study group they would think you have no faith . I don't know how they could call this a good resource for faith It an elitist cautious water down down approach to faith either Christ is who He says He is or He is not !
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- Jason Jones
I have a master's in biblical studies so i can say this was a well presented argument academically and on a layman scale for interpretation of ot scriptures and their true meanings or original purposes. his conclusions are reasonable and his honesty on literal interpretations of scripture are a breath of fresh air.
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