So, the Fall Feasts are upon us and particularly, the Coronation Festival of Rosh HaShanah/Yom Teruah. What better time to give this book away again? I only do this once a year, so act now! And if you read the whole thing, please review it.
No Kindle required – all you need is any online device – PC, Mac or android!! Read all the instructions, the links are in blue. PLEASE read all the directions as I will not be able to help you beyond that. Absolutely everything you need is here.
If the country you live in has an amazon platform, this will still be free for you, but my links will only work in America. Just do a search for my name – Tyler Dawn Rosenquist and you will hopefully see the book listed.
From the description: “How well do you know the Bible? For too long we have read through the Scriptures as though they were composed in a timeless vacuum – but the peoples of the Ancient Near East and the First-Century knew things that we are no longer aware of, and saw the world in ways that are foreign to modern readers. The last 100 years of archaeology have upended much of what we thought we knew about the most important Book ever composed – the Bible.
Archaeology, far from detracting from Biblical credibility – has solidified it. The sixty-six witnesses to the ministry of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob were written to specific people and were composed in specific languages in the recognized literary styles of the time. That we have strayed from those ways of thinking and writing in no way invalidate the legitimacy of Scripture, but it does provide us with the unique challenge of needing to go back in order to see the Scriptural accounts from the eyes of the ancients.
What did Covenant mean in the ancient world? What were the Kingly mandates of Justice and Righteousness? How do we know that the Land of Israel belongs to the sons of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob forever and that the Levitical Priesthood will and must be reinstated in the future? How do we know that the Messiah of Israel has already come and will return? What was the real debate raging in the First-Century Assemblies – was it about Grace versus Law or the Identity of the incoming Gentiles? King, Kingdom, Citizen is a book written to reintroduce God as our King, the Kingdom of Heaven as a real-world entity, and who we are in Messiah – through the eyes of those to whom this information was originally presented. Let me show you what Moses, the Prophets, and the Apostles knew about the Kingdom of Heaven.”
If you want the book for free:
1. If you don’t already have it, and you already have a kindle or the free app, just get it free here or do a search if you are from another country on your respective amazon platform. Hit the “Buy it now with 1-click” before Friday at midnight PST.
You can also buy it in paperback here if you are like me and hate reading things on Kindle.
You can help me by getting the word out about the free offer, and once you have read it, I would appreciate reviews. If you like it, then check out the apologetic I wrote as a prequel, The Bridge: Crossing Over Into the Fulness of Covenant Life. You can also check out the first book in my family curriculum series Context for Kids, Vol I: Honor and Shame in the Bible and Volume II, The Ten Commandments and the Covenants of Promise – I believe in teaching children the same things I teach adults, within reason, I don’t dumb it down, I just teach it more slowly. I’ve had kids from 7 to 62 go through Volume I with no problems, and a University professor as well (Volume II is better suited for 10 and up). Volume III is just out, Context for Adults: Sexuality, Social Identity, and Kinship Relations in the Bible. If you haven’t caught my weekly youtube teachings for kids, check out my Context for Kids youtube channel linked on the sidebar. Coming Soon! Context for Kids Volume 4: Image-Bearing, Idolatry, and the New Creation in the Bible.