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Author: John Weldon,Walter C. Kaiser,John Ankerberg
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Title: The Case for Jesus the Messiah: Incredible Prophecies That Prove God Exists
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Publisher: Harvest House Pub (August 1, 1989)
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The Case for Jesus the Messiah: Incredible Prophecies That Prove God Exists by John Weldon,Walter C. Kaiser,John Ankerberg



In our book, The Case for Jesus the Messiah, we discuss a dozen of these prophecies, in detail, proving that only Jesus Christ fulfills them, and therefore, that only He is the predicted Jewish Messiah1 (c. John 5:46). For example, in the anguished imagery of King David's prayers, Psalm 22 accurately describes a crucifixion - yet this description is given hundreds of years before the method of execution by crucifixion was devised. The appendix by Walter Kaiser concerning his disagreement with Sensor Plenior and Isaiah 7:14 as Messianic prophecies was probably the most technical portion of the book. One also have to read what Kaiser has written elsewhere to get the fuller arguments and perspective (I love how this appendix went back to the traditional endnotes in terms of format).

2 The Context of These Passages. 3 The Explanation of These Texts. 4 Clues to Identify the Messiah.

If you have ever asked if there is evidence that reveals the reality & nature of God, the answers the authors have uncovered may cause you to re-examine your view of reality.

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Find nearly any book by John Ankerberg (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by John Ankerberg, John Weldon, Walter C. ISBN 9780890817728 (978-0-89081-772-8) Softcover, Harvest House Pub, 1989. Find signed collectible books: 'The Case for Jesus the Messiah: Incredible Prophecies That Prove God Exists'. The Facts on False Views of Jesus (The anker series). by John Ankerberg, John Weldon

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John Ankerberg, John Weldon, and Walter C. Kaiser, The Case for Jesus the Messiah: Incredible Prophecies that Prove God Exists, Chattanooga: The John Ankerberg Evangelistic Association, 1989, p. 74. 4. Martin, Micah, p. 1486. 6. Ankerberg, Weldon, and Kaiser, p. 75. 7. Kenneth L. Barker, Micah (Nashville: Broadman & Holman Publishers, 2001), p. 86. 8. 75-76.

The Case for Jesus the Messiah - Incredible Prophecies that Prove God Exists By Dr. John Ankerberg, Dr. John Weldon, and Dr. Walter Kaiser, Jr. Excerpt: But, of course, there are many more than eight prophecies. In another calculation Stoner used 48 prophecies (even though he could have used 456) and arrived at the extremely conservative estimate that the probability of 48 prophecies being fulfilled in one person is one in 10^157. The King Jesus (A Precise Mathematical Prediction) ww. clnet.

The Book of Revelation, in addition to various passages in New Testament, warns of prerequisites and calamity that will culminate in the Second Coming. Much biblical scholarship is devoted to determining the exact meanings of such prophecies, allusive and cloaked in metaphors, to correlate past events and predict future world events, particularly apocalyptic happenings. Inspiration of Holy Scripture: An Eastern Christian and Jewish Perspective. Revelation, Book of (historical exegesis). Analysis of Bible prophecy from Christian scholars/apologists  . The Case for Jesus the Messiah - Incredible Prophecies that Prove God Exist - Part Two by Dr. John Weldon and Dr. Walter Kaiser Jr. AboutBibleprophecy. Prophecy about Jesus.

The Hebrew Scriptures are unique among those of the world's religions in that they contain scores of prophecies about a predicted future Messiah. These prophecies extend over a period of 1,000 years and many are given in specific detail. The final prophecy was given 400 years before Christ was ever born. In our book, The Case for Jesus the Messiah, we discuss a dozen of these prophecies, in detail, proving that only Jesus Christ fulfills them, and therefore, that only He is the predicted Jewish Messiah1 (cf., John 5:46). For example, in the anguished imagery of King David's prayers, Psalm 22 accurately describes a crucifixion - yet this description is given hundreds of years before the method of execution by crucifixion was devised. No other Psalm fits the description of Christ's crucifixion better than Psalm 22, explaining why it is the most frequently quoted Psalm by New Testament writers. Yet this Psalm was written 1000 years before Jesus was born. Jesus Himself quoted the first verse of this Psalm while on the cross. Whatever one thinks of this Psalm, no one can deny that it describes what happened to Jesus on the cross an entire millennium later: "they have pierced my hands and my feet. I can count all my bones; people stare and gloat over me. They divide my garments among them and cast lots for my clothing" (Psa. 22:16-18; cf. Matt. 27:35). In Isaiah 9:6-7, the prophecy of the coming Messiah concerns a child to be born who will also be God and who will have an everlasting kingdom. In the Gospels, Jesus claimed that He was that incarnate God and that He would have an everlasting kingdom (Matt. 16:28; 26:64; Luke 22:30; John 6:38-42, 62; 8:42; 10:30, 36-38; 18:36; cf., 2 Pet. 1:11). In Isaiah 53:4-12, the Messiah is prophesied to be.....
Reviews: 5
Otrytrerl
A wonderful book described in detail by verse all the signals pointing to Jesus as the Messiah!
SARAND
I really LOVE this book! It's straightforward, inspiring, biblical, and relevant. If you only read one christian book this year, this is a good place to start. There is no natural explanation for the fulfillment of the the many messianic prophecies in the Old Testament. This book does a great job of explaining some of these prophecies that fit Jesus perfectly. My prayer for brothers and sisters all over the world is that Jesus the Messiah draws them to himself (John 6:44).
Axebourne
If you haven't read it, read it. Then give it to someone else to read. Keep passing it on! It's definitely worth your time!
Dori
This might be the most I would ever talk about the format of a book in any of my reviews. This book was published in 1989 and the thing is, one can tell it was published in 1989. There were several instances while I was reading the book, that it occurred to me how much technological advances has passed the last 22 years in terms of word processors and publishing. In terms of content, the work was great, but the format can be improved for the sake of the readers in terms of each chapters falling under Part I (for example, say the Messianic prophecies themselves) or Part II (consideration of objections) of the book. Those who have read through the earlier editions of Josh McDowell's Evidence that Demand a Verdict (either volume one or two) will remember McDowell's interesting way of citing a source with a number that correspond to a list of works provided at the end of the book. For one who reads through the footnotes, it can get rather tedious flipping through the end back and forth. The list of source wasn't arrange alphabetically nor in terms of appearances in the book, and I was rather distracted with the thought of whether or not the order of the list were arbitrary! The book covered the clearer Messianic prophecies. The author does a good job bringing in quotations from commentaries making the argument. There were times in the book, I wish he could have gone more deeper, but I understand that this work was for a popular lay audience. I appreciated Ankerberg's references to what the early Jews understood about the text, in particular mentioning the Talmud and the Aramaic Targums from time to time. His references to the primary sources and where to find them in standard translations of these sources were gold. Overall, a recommend for those who are interested in Messianic prophecies as apologetics, and simple teases one to get into deeper exegesis of the Old Testament! The appendix by Walter Kaiser concerning his disagreement with Sensor Plenior and Isaiah 7:14 as Messianic prophecies was probably the most technical portion of the book. One also have to read what Kaiser has written elsewhere to get the fuller arguments and perspective (I love how this appendix went back to the traditional endnotes in terms of format). Kaiser's appendix dealt with things that I thought most readers from the general Christian reading audience would have a hard time tracking, concerning the dating of Jewish kings, and textual emendations. Otherwise, this work was great and I had a great time worshipping the Lord and being in awe of the Messiah as I read it and followed all the scriptural references in it's context.
Chuynopana
Concise and easy to remember format; originally found this book at a garage sale and now that I've read it, wondered why those people would have let go of this little treasure. I want to get some more to share with newer believers.