The Royal Code presents to the Hispanic public the Hebraic context of the collection of writings popularly known as the New Testament. In this edition, the author's Hebrew and Semitic sources have been used, as well as the oldest and most reliable Greek ones, in which case the Hebraic thought that subsists behind the Greek manuscripts has been restored.
The result of this was the creation of a Hebrew “Textus Receptus” called HaTzofen HaMalchutí leBet David, whose literal translation is “Royal Code of the house of David”. Starting from that Hebrew foundation, such a magnificent work has been poured into Spanish that it has been called by many:
Only by knowing the Hebrew background of the New Testament, we place ourselves in the right position to better understand its message.
This is precisely what the Royal Code puts at your fingertips in such a way that your understanding of the Messiah and his message will reach levels of understanding and revelation that you had never imagined existed before.
The great contribution that the Royal Code makes to New Testament exegesis and theology is unique and extraordinary.
You will not be the same believer after reading and studying the New Testament from the Hebraic perspective that the Royal Code gives you.