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Friday, August 7, 2020



Commonwealth Theology Essentials paperback full cover
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“In history, there are important movements and beliefs that change the course of history. This book captures the essence of an awakening that is occurring around the globe. Followers of Yeshua, that is Jesus, are seeing that their identity—as full members of the House of Israel—has been hidden from them. This veil is falling away and Commonwealth Theology both captures what is occurring and is enlightening to seeing the truth. This book will open your eyes to the truth in Scripture as you've never seen it before.” —Spencer G. Bolduc, Host of Sound the Shofar: The Quest for Biblical Truth

“God, in His sovereignty, has chosen these four authors to be pioneers and forerunners to bring the Commonwealth Theology to the proper degree of understanding the Church needs today. This is about the United and Holy Congregation of the Living God.” —Gian Luca Morotti, Chairman of the Board Ebenezer Operation Exodus Israel

“One of the most confusing things is the changing vision of the Church. Why is it here? What is its main purpose? What should it look like? What should it do?
The Early Church evolved from a rag-tag group of believers meeting in homes but quickly transitioned into buildings and organized clergy. In the beginning, the Jewish founders began to fall into ill repute until the organized church viewed them as the ‘Christ killing’ enemy. Jews and Christians struggled with the ‘family feud’ of Romans 11. The full-blown Roman Catholic Church was a worldwide organization that had no room for Jews as a whole.

Along comes the Reformation; and, the Catholic Church shattered into many pieces. As each new church or ministry began, they usually developed their own theology and vision for the Church. Each new spin-off led to another division: doctrinal position, organization of the clergy and laity, the role of gifts, prophecy, etc. Dispensationalists and ‘kingdom now’ covenant theologians argued vehemently over Israel and its role, if any.

The simple give-and-take of the saints, meeting around the Lord in a unity of love and the Spirit, was largely forgotten. Each church or ministry developed into a crystallized organization that mainly operated within its own confines—little fiefdoms that each pastor jealously guarded. There was little vision for the Church’s mission and testimony, and no interest in prophecy. Today, most Christians cling to the theology they were taught. There is no unifying vision that all of those who are bought with the blood of the Lamb can gather around. No unifying vision or theology! That is, until Commonwealth Theology, which gives Christians a way to go on together without renouncing the things they hold dear.

This point of view also recognizes that we are in the ‘last days’ and Israel is the ‘canary in the coal mine.’ History is almost ‘a wrap’ and life for Christians will deteriorate before the Lord’s return. The call is for the saints and Israel to stand together as a testimony of Christ here on the earth no matter how dangerous or unpopular.” —Dene McGriff. Dene is a retired International HMO Executive (HMO—Health Maintenance Organization)—having organized numerous HMOs for various nations.

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