The Ancient Law of Kings
Is the Messianic Roots Movement Biblical?
by Ken Johnson
According to I Samuel 10:25, the prophet Samuel wrote down the parts of the Law of Moses that pertain only to the King of Israel, explaining them thoroughly. He then placed the scroll in the Tabernacle. This was preserved and handed down through the centuries. This text, known as the Law of kings, explained the king’s role and responsibilities in the government of ancient Israel. It also explained in great detail the court systems Israel had, one for the Jews and one for the Gentiles. Gentile Law, also called Noahide Law, is explained as originating with Adam in the pre-flood world and being revived by Noah after the flood.
Noahide Law is found in many ancient manuscripts, including the Talmud and the Dead Sea Scrolls. This means it was the official doctrine of the Sadducees, Pharisees and the Essenes. Today, all major groups, (Orthodox Jews, Messianic Jews, and Christians) believe Noahide Law is still applicable to Gentiles. The Hebrew Roots Movement rejects the concept of Noahide Law and therefore, misunderstands the role of Mosaic Law for Christians. This text explains why Gentiles have never been bound by Kosher food laws, Jewish Temple rituals, or the Saturday Sabbath.
Whoa! This is going to upset a few people!
Is the Messianic Roots Movement biblical?
How is Elijah involved in the Gog and Magog war?
What are the laws concerning Jewish adultery, Gentile divorce and Foreign Brides?
What’s contained in this scroll about the Messiah? Does it give us some clues about Jesus?
You won’t be able to put this book down! Ken Johnson, once again, at his finest!