Nazarene Acts of the Apostles
The Clementine Recognitions and
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Books I - V out of X are completed (May 21, 2019).
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Presentation and audio editing by
& Bogdan G. Schruumkoff
2019 Vero Essene Yahad
book was edited by
Jackson Snyder, Theodore Dornan & Chris Plourde
2013 Vero Essene Yahad
Vero Essene Yahad
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Nazarene Acts Playlist Books One through
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- Book 1- "The Tumult Raised by Shaul" 20 minutes.
Sample - Book 2 - "Disputation
the First" 22 minutes.
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~ AUDIO +
EBOOK ~ Expanded Version ~ THE NAZARENE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES or The
Recognitions of Clement features true Hebraic names and a complete
glossary. This book will change you forever. By Flavius Clemens ed.
by Jackson Snyder et al.
This is an ancient account of the travels and teachings of the
Apostle Peter, and his interaction with Clement and James the Just,
brother of Jesus.
Can you imagine what it would have been like to be taught
personally about Jesus (Y'shua) by the apostle Paul (Saul) or Peter
(Kefa)? Clement of Rome was a first-century convert of Barnabas who
had that wonderful privilege. If you look in your New Testament at
Philippians 4:3 you will find a reference to this Clement.
After Peter were martyred at Rome, Clement become a leader, in
fact, bishop, of the assembly there. You can visit the Church of San
Clemente in Rome today, thought to be built over Clement's house.
Tradition has it that about the year 100 AD he was martyred by being
cast into the sea tied to an anchor. Not much detail is known about
Clement of Rome, but some of his writings provide valuable insight
into the early church. (From Christianity dot com)
This audio includes authoritative letters from Peter (Kefa),
James (Yaakov) and Clement - letters hitherto unknown. (You cannot
get this through any club.) (Some sections dramatized.) (May be
serialized, received in sections as they are completed.)
This text is getting a lot of attention from "Jewish Christianity"
scholars, for it retains the stories, doctrine, and preaching of the
Nazarenes connected to the Assembly of YHWH in Jerusalem (the first
church), overseer James the Just (Yaakov ha Zadik), missionaries
Peter (Kefa) & Barnabas (barNaba), and the Gentile Clement. This is
non-fiction. It is the 321 page travelogue of the Apostle Peter. The
account has been neglected by church and synagogue and hidden away -
too 'Jewish,' say churchmen. Clement of Rome hears Barnabas
preaching and follows him to Israel. Clement meets James the Just
(Ya'aqov haTzadik). Clement can write, so James send him to get an
account of Peter's acts & preaching. Clement journals his preaching,
acts, debates with others, their stopovers, rules, confrontations,
the lost True Prophet doctrine, demons & how to cast them out, why
Gentiles must stay away, and the Torah's place in the Yahad.
Contains the Ascents of James, Preaching of Peter,
Recognitions,letters to and from Apostles, Paul's attack on James,
and the exposition of Simon Magus' magic. Include the 'lost books'
known as the Ascents of James, the Preaching of Peter, and several
authentic letters between Peter, Clement and James. This book will
revolutionize your thinking.
By Kaye Redwine Oct 31, 2016 Why haven't we heard these
priceless words during all those years in the pews? My first
impression after reading this book is that it is a love letter
between Peter and a new convert, Clement. Peter lovingly teaches
Clement the history of man from the garden to after the death of
Messiah Yahshua (Jesus.) He grooms Clement to take his place as
overseer upon Peter's martyrdom. Clement takes thorough notes of all
that Peter teaches him including the content of a series of public
debates between Peter and Shimon Magus, the sorcerer. Clement learns
why Messiah came in the first century and how he felt about animal
sacrifices and the state of the temple in the first century. Until I
read this book, I did not know Peter as a mature spirit filled
apostle. This true names translation is refreshing and enlightening
on many levels.
By Donald McGrew Feb 9, 2016 We always wondered why Peter was
so silent after the death of the Messiah, even though he was the
obvious spokesman for the Apostles most of the time. Truth was,
there is much written about Peter as well as many others during the
first century that many have not been aware of. A very enlightening
if not inspiring book and translation. Every believer that desires
to know more about the "actual" first century church after the death
of the Messiah should have a copy of this book.
Edited by Jackson Snyder. Other translations of ancient books by him
are found on Ebay's KingdomKart dot com)
another fine service of the Vero Essene Yahad, Bishop Daniel ben
Regesh presiding. A review of book or audio is requested in
return, which will help us to raise the fund to keep services such
as these going.