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Who was the Melchizedek the apostle Paul spoke of in the book of Hebrews? How is his priesthood different than the priesthood of Levi? Why was the Messiah ordained after the order of Melchizedek and not after the order of Levi? 

For the first time, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the ancient church fathers, and other rare history books reveal the mystery of the Ancient Order of Melchizedek.

We will learn about the order and how it is different from the order of Levi. We will see who the 10 Melchizedekian priests were, and how the order was broken up into three parts until the Messiah would come to earth to reinstate the order in its fullness. Most importantly, we will see how that reinstatement effects Christian theology and practical applications to our Christian walk today.

©2020 Ken Johnson (P)2020 Ken Johnson

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Knowledge Overflowing

This book is too much for new students. But it's a must for those thirsty for more. The research and sourcing is extraordinary. As a messianic Jew I found this book to be especially helpful and enlightening. The subject is a non-subject in my 61 years as a Jew.

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Another Epic Book by Dr. Ken Johnson

Another stunning. insightful and highly researched book by Dr. Ken Johnson of BibleFacts Ministries. He breaks down the Ancient Order of Melchizedek from the Dead Sea Scrolls, Scripture, and history recorded. I highly recommend all of his books, Paperback or Kindle, and the Audiobooks as well. You will not be disappointed in his work or this book!

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Awesome! KJV only folks, PLEASE read or listen to audible of this book!

This was a really exciting book (or should I say prophetic book?) ! I was totally blown away with all of the prophecies that he tells us about in this book that predict the Lord Jesus Christ! I really can't express my appreciation to Ken Johnson for translating these works for us! Through him, God has revealed exciting things to those of us living in these end times. Friends, I am a KJV only person, but these are historical prophecies that were not in the Bible. Please don't deny yourself of knowing these awesome prophecies about the Lord Jesus Christ! They are very exciting things, that we would never have known about unless Ken Johnson had translated them for us! These MUST be some of the things that the Pharisees changed so that the Jews would not know that Jesus was their Messiah. This book will bless you!

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Truth mixed with error

Who is Melchizedek? This questioned is never answered in the book, though I infer the author believes it was one of Abraham's ancestors, because he argues that Melchizedek was not an individual man, but an office held by ten men in the lineage of Christ, beginning with Adam. Thus, he argues, when the Bible refers to "Melchizedek," it refers to an office, not a man. There really is no "Melchizedek" after whom the order is named. The scriptural support offered for this is highly speculative at best, and deceptive at worst. Instead, he relies on apocryphal texts, not recognized by the church. And although these texts may contain many truths, they are also often mixed with error, as other human writings. I found this book to be very similar to its sources: some truth mixed with error. At times, it veers close to "secret doctrine." But in the end, I do not see any Scriptural support for his theory, and it savors more of the knowledge that puffs up than the charity that edifies. I thought the latter portions of the book, where he refers to Messianic predictions in ancient, noncanonical texts, much more edifying; but they also led me to wonder about the overall message of the book, as they do not directly relate to the title. It seems to lack a unifying purpose. This book might be of interest to mature Christians with an interest in apocryphal sources.