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Misconceptions A look at God’s Word through First Century Hebraic Eyes

By Steven Reider
Published by WestBow Press

Average Blogger Rating: 2.8 Stars

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On 6/18 Marsha Randolph wrote: One of the reasons I don’t read (or write) a lot of fiction is because I like books that make me think. MISCONCEPTIONS by Steven Reider is such a book, I like the book.Do not read MISCONCEPTIONS if you are content with your church traditions (Matthew 15:2-6) or just don’t have time to study your ... MISCONCEPTIONS by Steven Reider

Marsha's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/5 Ben wrote: The premise behind Steven Reider's Misconceptions is simple: Christians neglect the reading of the Scriptures from its cultural-historical context, instead focusing on how it relates to contemporary culture. But there are some misconceptions that readers should be aware of before picking up this book... Review: Misconceptions - Steven Reider

Ben's Rating:

2 Stars

On 10/19 Dan Greegor wrote: When a Bible is read it is very difficult to not read it with the understanding of the culture of the reader. However, the Bible was written in the Middle East, by Jewish men, talking to mostly Jewish people, and who lived in a different culture. That can cause a misunderstanding of interpreting Scripture. Steven ... Misconceptions: A Look at God's Word Through First Century Hebraic Eyes

Dan Greegor's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/16 Gary W wrote: MISCONCEPTIONSA look at God’s Word through first century Hebraic eyesBy Steven ReiderThis book offers a view of Jesus that is different from most other books. The view is from a Hebrew culture of the first century. The authors has done some research into the Hebrew culture and Hebrew words, as to the ... Misconceptions

Gary W's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/19 Titus 2 Homemaker wrote: I hate to bring you two reviews in a single week about books that missed their marks, but I simply cannot recommend Misconceptions: A Look at God's Word Through First Century Hebraic Eyes. The premise is a good one. We miss the richness of the biblical text -- and on occasion the whole point -- when ... Full of Misconceptions

Titus 2 Homemaker's Rating:

1 Stars

On 8/5 Stacie D Wyatt wrote: I read Misconceptions, in exchange for honest review from BookLook Bloggers. The book was written by Steven Reider. The book is Christian-based. The author wanted to present the bible, in an easy to understand manner, from a Hebrew perspective. Reider explained some of the concepts in the bible was ... Misconceptions Book Review (BookLook Bloggers)

Stacie D Wyatt's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/3 scifiwritir wrote: I'm a writer so I don't like being hard on fellow writers but this book was either wrongly-titled or --for lack of a better word-- chintzy. The writer has about six or seven main points or --one could even say-- "agenda." And that agenda is pretty "meh" because most Christians who read their Bibles ... Review -- Misconceptions: A Look at God's Word through First Century Hebraic Eyes

scifiwritir's Rating:

1 Stars

On 6/30 Ryan Grammatico wrote: I received a book as a part of the BookLook Bloggers network and was immediately intrigued by the notion of looking at God through Hebraic eyes. Well, 4 pages into the book I was disappointed with the writing and the content of the author. There is so much cliche' and hyperbole in this book and it left ... Misconceptions Irony

Ryan's Rating:

1 Stars

On 6/10 Ravenaier wrote: Title: Misconceptions: A Look at God's Word Through First Century Hebraic Eyes Author: Steven ReiderSeries: nonePublisher: WestBow PressPublished Date: Feb 2, 2016ISBN: 978-1-51272-897-2Pages: 146Genre: biblical historyBuy It Link: Westbow PublishersSynopsis: There are far too many misconceptions in ... #REVIEW: Misconceptions: A Look at God's Word Through First Century Hebraic Eyes by Steven Reider

Ravenaier's Rating:

1 Stars

On 6/2 Jim Hartman wrote: Misconceptions by Steven ReiderWhen I received this book, I guess I had misconceptions.  I thought this was going to be a quick read and I'd be off to the next one. The first chapters were nice, though I found some differences in thought with the author. But this didn't discourage me. I continued ... Misconceptions by Steven Reider

Jim's Rating:

4 Stars