The Hidden Treasure That Lies in Plain Sight 3: Exploring the True Name of God and Christ, Holydays, the Image of Christ, Pagan Holidays, Days and Months, and Identifying of the 12 Tribes

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This informative new book takes a historic and analytical approach to the heritage of the so called Negros of America and the 12 tribes in the bible. The Hidden Treasure that Lies in Plain Sight 3 is a bold and innovative addition to the world of literature, providing a fresh perspective on the true image of Christ the true name of God and much more. The Hidden Treasure that Lies in Plain Sight features captivating content of a rich heritage that has been hidden from the masses. Writer Jeremy Shorter presents the unfolding of his self discovery journey which leads back to the Old Testament times. For more information visit www.JeremyShorter.net.
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Publisher
AuthorHouse
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Published on
Jun 16, 2016
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Pages
172
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ISBN
9781524612146
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Language
English
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Genres
Religion / General
Social Science / Ethnic Studies / African American Studies
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This content is DRM protected.
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