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  • Author:
    Eugen J. Pentiuc
  • ISBN:
    0809143461
  • ISBN13:
    978-0809143467
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    Paulist Press (November 1, 2006)
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    224 pages
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Father Pentiuc provides a extraordinary tapestry of the Preexistent Jesus, the Jesus who was foretold in the Psalms.

His exegetical exposition on Isaiah 7:14 Virgin/young woman is very eye opening and intriguing. Father Pentiuc provides a extraordinary tapestry of the Preexistent Jesus, the Jesus who was foretold in the Psalms. The book touched my heart, deeply.

Shifting away from conventional paradigms, Eugen Pentiuc develops a new way of understanding the presence of. .

Shifting away from conventional paradigms, Eugen Pentiuc develops a new way of understanding the presence of Christ in the Old Testament. His approach is ontological, based on the view that Jesus the Messiah was pre-existent, and he appeared in manifold forms throughout the Hebrew Bible prior to his human incarnation in the New Testament.

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Pentiuc, Eugen J. (2006). Jesus the Messiah in the Hebrew Bible. Book of Genesis people. Hebrew words and phrases in the Hebrew Bible. p. 108. ISBN 9780809143467. Hidden categories: Articles with short description.

Shifting away from conventional paradigms, Eugen Pentiuc develops a new way of understanding the presence of Christ in the Old Testament

Shifting away from conventional paradigms, Eugen Pentiuc develops a new way of understanding the presence of Christ in the Old Testament.

JESUS THE MESSIAH IN THE HEBREW BIBLE deals with the messianic texts found in the Hebrew Bible. Shifting away from conventional paradigms, Eugen Pentiuc develops a new way of understanding the presence of Christ in the Old Testament.

Thanks to the Messiah Jesus, we have been given victory over sin and death. The first four books of the New Testament, the Gospels, show us the life and teachings of Jesus Christ while providing evidence that He is the Son of God and the Messiah. Read on to learn what Messiah means and how Jesus fulfilled the prophecies of the Messiah.

Jesus was also a Rabbi and preached from the Torah inside the Temple. Luke 1:32-33 NRSV) (Jesus The Messiah in the Hebrew Bible – Eugen J. Pentiuc)

Jesus was also a Rabbi and preached from the Torah inside the Temple. I believe it is incumbent upon all our spiritual leaders who preach to us from their pulpits to always be truthful and base their sermons and speeches on facts and not put a Greek-nationalistic spin on the Genealogy of Jesus Christ. Pentiuc). It is truly sad how little we know about our own faith – about the origins of Christianity. It is unfortunate how little our priests and bishops teach us (their flock).

JESUS THE MESSIAH IN THE HEBREW BIBLE deals with the messianic texts found in the Hebrew Bible. Shifting away from conventional paradigms, Eugen Pentiuc develops a new way of understanding the presence of Christ in the Old Testament. His approach is ontological, based on the view that Jesus the Messiah was pre-existent, and he appeared in manifold forms throughout the Hebrew Bible prior to his human incarnation in the New Testament. This book provides an accurate exegetical basis for reviewing the prophetic indicators--"as well as the literary explications--"of the relationship between the Old Testament prophecy and the New Testament fulfillment of Jesus the Messiah. Intended as primarily a pastoral work, based on theology and biblical exegesis, it contains' homelitic outlines and samples. Also included are the church Fathers' writings on the most important issues of hermeneutics. This book is a work of exegesis and biblical theology entwined with pastoral guidance. It will be a useful tool for both ministers and faithful in their quest of Christ in the Old Testament.

jorik
Some of what is present in Fr. Pentiuc's book is present on The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America's website, and those articles, like his book are truly amazing. His exegetical exposition on Isaiah 7:14 Virgin/young woman is very eye opening and intriguing. Fr. Pentiuc side steps the traditional arguments by breaking down the Hebrew and coming up with "The Concealed One," which not only supports the traditional reading of "Virgin," but strongly advocates for it. For only a virgin would be concealed from all sexual activity and kept pure.

Then we go to Fr. Pentiuc's "Bar Enosh" or Son of Man, which again is a fascinating exposition of the full historical meaning and context of the phrase and what it meant in the theological understanding of Ancient Israel, and how it aptly applies to Jesus Christ.

This is a wonderful and in depth book that dives deep into the Hebrew Bible, and places it on par with the Septuagint, and even supports the Septuagint, within the Orthodox Christian Tradition. I highly recommend this book for all Christians and lovers of the Hebrew Bible looking for all the ancient prophecies of Jesus Christ. Axios Fr. Pentiuc.
Rich Vulture
This book sheds light, rather brilliance, upon the Lord Jesus in the Old Testament, as viewed through the lens of the Hebrew text. Father Pentiuc provides a extraordinary tapestry of the Preexistent Jesus, the Jesus who was foretold in the Psalms. The brilliance of Fr Pentiuc is his use of ancient languages, as well as notes from Church Fathers, to show Christ in a new light. The book touched my heart, deeply.
Jarortr
From the outset I was confused as to what text the book is based on. The author writes from the "Hebrew" Bible. Where is this Bible? Is he referring to the Masoretic text? The oldest extant versions are from the 9th century. Does a 9th century text copied numerous times read authoritatively as a 200 BC text? In modern times the Dead Sea Scrolls have shown the Masoretic Text to be nearly identical to some texts of the Tanakh dating from 200 BCE but different from others. Again at the outset he states that Adam refers to humanity in general and he continues this thinking throughout the book. This is true for Genesis 1, but not for Genesis 2 & 3 where "Adam" is used in a personal sense. These two concepts provide the foundation for his book, yet he gives no scholarly proofs that this interpretation is acceptable. The Midrashim perhaps can go back to the 2cd century, but the Septuagint goes back the 2cd century BC! Truly this book is imaginative & shows a propensity for personal interpretation. It is a book of ideas more than a scholarly book one can use for support of the Christian faith.
Anayanis
I think the other review was a little harsh. It is not an amazing read. Keep in mind that English is not the authors first language. It is actually his 4th language. He is an expert in Semitic languages from Romania. As you can guess from the title of his book, he believes that Jesus is the Messiah of the Old Testament. It is not an entertaining read. It is very educational. Don't get this book unless you have an education in Christianity. It is great for people who lead Bible studies and write sermons. It is not a book for lay persons. It is not for anyone looking for emotional, everything is love writing. The linguistics and history are solid. Expect to read this book in multiple sittings although it is not very long. You might want to keep your Bible handy so that you can refresh your memory. He assumes that you have a solid background in the Old Testament. The part that makes this book great is: "in the Hebrew Bible". He uses Hebrew text to show you proof of Jesus as Messiah. This book shows that Christians did not write our own version of the Bible to support our crazy ideas. It shows that Jesus is Messiah even according to modern Hebrew text (a Hebrew text that Christians did not write).
Ral
I have to say this book is one of the more amazing critiques I've seen of the Old Testament evidence of Jesus as Messiah that I've ever read. Fr. Eugen shows his work, and not only is it a fantastic work of scholarship, it also strikes me as a work of extreme love for the subject. Yes, it's a difficult read, I admit, but I enjoyed every moment of it.
Cha
A fantastic book full of bold insights that bring the Semitic nuances of the Hebrew Scriptures to light. Highly recommended to anyone with an interest in what can be found between the lines of the Hebrew that may not be apparent in the Greek or English versions.