Why are Orthodox Jews EXCITED about a New Testament Discovery?

Have you heard about The Oldest known example of a written Midrash? You may not think that sounds important, but it is. It is the Oldest known Interpretation in writing of the first 6 books of the Bible ever discovered.

Here is the entire 5-part video, 1:51:33 long from Root-Source, an Orthodox Jewish organization based in Israel.

It is posted with permission from the co-founders. Bob O’Dell and Dennis Northington interview in a documentary what John David Pitcher Jr, the discoverer, was honored to be a part of.

Maybe this might be of interest to those tagged here? When was the last time you remember Orthodox Jewish people getting excited about something in the New Testament? So excited that they produced a documentary about it?

Sit down on the couch, get a nice cold glass of iced tea or soda with family or friends this evening and share as the Holy Spirit directs you.

Don’t forget to visit the Root-Source website (root-source.com) for the free offers and their newsletter!

For the Complete Documentray Click Here: https://vimeo.com/289141375



TOV Rose is the author of several books, including The New Messianic Version of the Bible; The Book of GOD: For Men; The Spiritual Roots of Disease, The Book of GOD: Genesis Unbound; The Paranormal Seams of the Hebrew Bible, The Fall of the American Babylon and more.

Tov is a Conference Speaker, Author, Bible Teacher, Chaplain, Performer and Pastor. For more than two decades he has been active working with people to help them better understand the nature and person God.

When not writing books and all those other things, he enjoys quiet times at home with his wife, children and praying together with a group of grandmothers who have the uncanny knack of being able to bend God’s ear.

Specializing in teaching the deeper things of God, TOV has a reputation for teaching solid Bible foundations and difficult to understand Biblical concepts in a compassionate simple manner that anyone can understand. He is not one to shy away difficult and taboo subjects.

TOV guests on radio programs, television shows and speaks at conferences, seminars, in local congregations and other venues.