Art Katz: The Cross of Christ

Crucifixion of Jesus -2011

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1nemind on Oct 5, 2014

“Empty entertainment/worship sung by pretty people. Doctrinally-correct sermons devoid of power. Sunday-only Christian lives barely distinguishable from the world. All these and many more ills are symptoms of a disease Art clearly identifies in this message. It’s such a fundamental thing, our understanding of the cross. It’s an indictment of our lives and the current impotence of the church. In the final analysis, unless we know ‘Christ and Him crucified,’ our knowledge of God will be false.”

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Art Katz: The Hebraic Roots Of The Faith

Jews praying in the Synagogue on Yom Kippur. (...

Jews praying in the Synagogue on Yom Kippur. (1878 painting by Maurycy Gottlieb) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Art Katz: Israel, The Suffering Servant

Isaiah

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 on Jun 4, 2011

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The Future of Israel by Art Katz

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The Time of Jacob’s Trouble

Drawing on the prophetic scriptures, Art brings to the church a framework of understanding of what it will take for present-day Jacob to become the Israel of God.

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The Time of Jacob’s Trouble by Art Katz

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Art Katz Ministries

Drawing on the prophetic scriptures, Art brings to the church a framework of understanding of what it will take for present-day Jacob to become the Israel of God.

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Jewish Marxist Atheist has vision of Jesus

Gottlieb - Jews Praying in the Synagogue on Yom Kippur

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Updated: June 5, 2011 Added another video.

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April 27, 2008

Art Katz’ testimony.

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