One New Man Bible
Revealing Jewish Roots and Power
Why the name ‘One New Man’?
Let’s read Ephesians 2:14:
For He is our peace, the One Who has made both things into one and Who has loosed the dividing wall of the fence, cause of the enmity to His flesh, 15. by His nullifying the tradition of the commandments by decrees, so that He could create the two, Jewish and non-Jewish, into One New Man, establishing peace 16. so He could reconcile both in one body to God through the cross, as God killed their enmity by means of Y’shua. 17. And when He came He proclaimed the Good News of peace to you, to those far away, and peace to those near: 18. because through Him we both have the introduction to the Father by means of one Spirit. 19. Therefore then, you are no longer aliens and strangers, but you are fellow citizens of the saints and members of the household of God, 20. building upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Messiah Y’shua being His cornerstone, 21. in Whom the whole building being constructed is being fit together into a holy sanctuary in the Lord, 22. and in Whom you are built together into a habitation of God by the Spirit.
This passage, a letter originally written to Gentiles and former heathens, tells us that all are to worship the Living God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, The King of the Universe, the God Who became flesh and walked among us.
Why should Believers read The One New Man Bible?
- The One New Man Bible will help the Church understand and appreciate its Jewish Roots, and finally recognize that Y’shua (Jesus) was born Jewish, that He grew up Jewish, and that He is the same today as He was then. (Hebrews 13:8)
- Readers will understand that the Scriptures Y’shua, and every New Testament author, embraced (irreverently called Old Testament by the Church) are alive and relevant for believers today. As a proof of God’s perfect plan for His perfect Word, readers will discover that Matthew flows, as if a continuous stream, out of the book of Chronicles. Only God could have done this!
- The One New Man Bible has been written to help present day believers move toward God’s perfect plan to create One New Man, bringing Jewish and non-Jewish together.
- The Hebrew Scriptures are in the traditional Jewish book order, and although different from the Christian book order, it is easy to learn the sequence. This Bible is very easy to read through, Genesis to Revelation.
How is The One New Man Bible different from other translations?
- Scripture translated with the power and meaning of the original language intact comes alive! One early surprise is in Genesis 12:1 when God does not say “Go” to Abram, but “Get yourself out of here!” Later He tells Moses to order Pharaoh to “Send My people away!” instead of pleading “Let My people go.” These passages are the literal translation from the Hebrew.
- The One New Man Bible includes more than 4,000 footnotes and the massive one hundred seventy page Glossary describes various first-century Jewish customs and explains Hebrew Scriptures, such as Leviticus 14, which on the surface is about cleansing a leper, but has a much deeper meaning.
- Many Jewish sources were studied to bring the Scriptures to life, including many modern as well as ancient Jewish commentaries. Those studies bring real depth to the subjects in the Glossary, but even more importantly they give insight into the thinking of the New Testament authors, the Apostles, and especially Y’shua. It is important for those of us reading in the twenty-first century to understand what a word or expression meant to those who wrote the passages in Bible times.
- The Torah, the first five books of the One New Man Bible, is divided into weekly readings over the course of a year. These weekly readings coincide with the weekly Scriptures every synagogue in the world will be reading each Sabbath.
- The New Testament of the One New Man Bible was translated into English from the United Bible Society’s Fourth Edition Greek text, which employs Textual Criticism to determine which of the more than five thousand ancient Greek manuscripts of the New Testament were closest to what the authors wrote in the first century.
- Some words have been translated differently because the traditional translation conveys something not intended by the author. One of those words is the Greek word Ekklesia, which means a gathering of citizens called out from their homes into some public place. Implicit in Ekklesia is a summoning, so this is not just a collection of people, but people called out to a public meeting for a particular purpose. Ekklesia is commonly translated church, but because of our association of church with both a building and an organization, in this translation, Ekklesia is translated congregation.
- The Greek word Nomos has nearly always been translated Law, even when used for the Hebrew word Torah. Torah does not mean Law. It means Teaching. When you see Torah in this translation, do not think Law, but of the Loving God teaching His children, offering an outline to guide them for a better way of life.
- This translation has as its goal to be a very readable text that flows from one book to another while preserving much of the Jewish flavor, especially the Jewishness of Y’shua, and much of the power in the Hebrew and Greek expressions.
Glimpses Into The Spirit Realm
Eternal Life is not physical, as some may think. Living in the Spirit Realm will be very different from life on Earth, for instance, the food in ETERNAL LIFE is Spiritual! For the Kingdom of God is not food and drink, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.” (Roman 14:17)
The First Man was made in the flesh, physical. Y’shua was made both Physical and Spiritual. We are made in His image. We are to become more and more like Him, the One Who now lives in the Spirit.
The Spirit Realm is three-dimensional, so all the Angels and God Himself are three-dimensional, as are the Third Temple and New Jerusalem!
This book details much of the interaction of our Physical Realm with the Spirit Realm, with the Spiritual coming to interact with us, often with a prophet, but also often with just an average human being. Sometimes the LORD Himself intervenes. We think of the Physical world as the Real world, but the Spirit world is every bit as Real as the Physical. We have to Trust to understand the Spiritual.
Hebrews 11:1. And Trust is being confident of things hoped for, proof of things not seen.
Every Prophet In The Bible: Genesis Through Revelation
Can you count all the prophets in the Bible?
We know from Sunday School that the “Major Prophets” are Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, and Daniel. But Lamentations isn’t a prophet; it’s a book, probably written by Jeremiah, so we can only count him once. That’s four so far. The “Minor Prophets” include Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi. That’s twelve, so we’re up to sixteen. How about Samuel, Elijah, Elisha, and David? That’s four more; now we’ve got twenty prophets in the Bible.
What if I told you there are at least fifty-four prophets in the Bible?
Did you know that six prophets didn’t even have their names mentioned? Twelve prophets appear in the New Testament, and one of those spans both.
One New Man Bible
The One New Man Bible brings a greater understanding of and appreciation for the power given to believers for their daily walk. This translation brings out the expression of the Hebrew language, brings out much of the power that has commonly been omitted from traditional English translations.
One New Man Bible Companion Library
The One New Man Bible Companion, Volumes I, II, III, and IV are the perfect study companions for the One New Man Bible.
1,200 pages and more than 900 indexed subjects between these three volumes!
The Power New Testament
The Power New Testament is a fresh translation of the Fourth Edition United Bible Society Greek Text, bringing out the power in the Greek language that is frequently overlooked in other English translations. The Power New Testament also translates commonly missed Hebrew idioms and explains Jewish customs, bringing a greater understanding of and appreciation for the Jewish roots of Christianity.
Myths of the Bible
Myths of the Bible explores 189 myths; beliefs, assumptions, and mistranslations in most modern English language Bibles.
God's Rhythm of Life/This God We Serve
God’s Rhythm of Life explains the Seasons of the Lord (the Biblical Feasts) as given in Leviticus 23.
This God We Serve is an inspiring compilation of names and characteristics of God.
Comparing the One New Man Bible to the NIV
|One New Man Translation
|Gn. 15:6.And he believed in the LORD*, and He counted it to him for acts of loving kindness.
|Gn 15:6 Abram believed the LORD, and he credited it to him as righteousness.
|Gn. 18:19. For I know him, that he will command his children and his household after him and they will keep the Way of the LORD*, to do acts of loving kindness and judgment, so the LORD* may bring upon Abraham that which He has spoken of him.”
|Gn 18:19 For I have chosen him, so that he will direct his children and his household after him to keep the way of the LORD by doing what is right and just, so that the LORD will bring about for Abraham what he has promised him.
|Gn. 24:12. And he said, “LORD* God of my master Abraham, Make something happen right in front of me today, and act gracefully with my master.
|Gn 24:12 Then he prayed, “LORD, God of my master Abraham, make me successful today, and show kindness to my master Abraham.
|Nu. 6:22. And the LORD* spoke to Moses saying,23. “Speak to Aaron and to his sons saying, In this way you will bless the children of Israel, saying to them,24. ‘The LORD* will bless you and He will keep you.25. The LORD* will make His face to shine upon you and He will be gracious to you.26. The LORD* will lift His countenance to you and He will establish Shalom for you.’ 27. And they will put My name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them.”
|Nu 6:22 The LORD said to Moses, 23 “Tell Aaron and his sons, ‘This is how you are to bless the Israelites. Say to them: 24 “‘“The LORD bless you and keep you; 25 the LORD make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; 26 the LORD turn his face toward you and give you peace.”’
|Ex. 7:16. And you will say to him, ‘The LORD* God of the Hebrews has sent me to you saying, Send My people away! So they can serve Me in the wilderness. And behold, till now you would not listen.
|Ex 7:16 Then say to him, ‘The LORD, the God of the Hebrews, has sent me to say to you: Let my people go, so that they may worship me in the wilderness. But until now you have not listened.
|Amos 3:3. Can two walk together unless they meet?!
|Amos 3:3 Do two walk together unless they have agreed to do so?
|Ps. 19:15. The words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart will be acceptable in Your sight, LORD*, my Rock and my Redeemer.
|Ps. 19:14 May these words of my mouth and this meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, LORD, my Rock and my Redeemer.
|Ps. 150:6. Everyone who has breath will praise the LORD*! HalleluYah!
|Ps. 150:6 Let everything that has breath praise the LORD. Praise the LORD.