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Is it possible that an ancient blueprint holds the secret behind the events of our times?

Could this blueprint lie behind the rise and fall of leaders and governments?

Could events that took place nearly three thousand years ago now be determining the course of our world and with it the course of our lives?

Could ancient figures from the Middle East hold the key to the leaders of our own day, what they do, when they rise, and when they fall?

Is it possible that this ancient paradigm has determined not only the events of modern times but also their timing-even down to the exact days and dates?

Could a mystery from the ancient Middle East have foretold the outcomes of current events more accurately than any poll or expert-even the outcomes of presidential elections?

Has this mystery even touched the events of your life?

Does the paradigm reveal what will take place in the future?

And does it contain a warning critical for every person in this generation?

Prepare to be stunned, shocked, illuminated, and amazed. The Paradigm will reveal secrets and mysteries taking place all around you and show you what you never could have imagined. Jonathan Cahn, who caused an international stir with his New York Times best-selling book The Harbinger, will take you from the ancient Middle East to the news of the modern world on a journey you will never forget. As you open up The Paradigm, his most explosive book yet, you may never see your world the same way again.

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 272
Vendor: Frontline
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
ISBN-13: 9781629994765

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Is it possible that there exists an ancient master blueprint that holds the secret behind the events of our times?

Could this blueprint lie behind the rise and fall of leaders and governments?

Could events that took place nearly 3,000 years ago now be determining the course of our world and with it the course of our lives?

Could ancient figures from the Middle East hold the key to the leaders of our own day, what they do, when they rise, and when they fall?

Is it possible that this ancient paradigm has determined not only the events of modern times but also their timing—even down to the exact dates?

Could a mystery from the ancient Middle East have foretold the outcomes of current events more accurately than any poll or expert—even the outcomes of presidential elections?

Has this mystery even touched the events of your life?

Does the paradigm reveal what will take place in the future?

And does it contain a warning critical for every person in this generation?

Prepare to be stunned, shocked, illuminated, and amazed. The Paradigm will reveal secrets and mysteries taking place all around you and show you what you never could have imagined. Jonathan Cahn, who caused an international stir with his New York Times best-selling book The Harbinger, will take you from the ancient Middle East to the news of the modern world on a journey you will never forget. As you open up The Paradigm, his most explosive book yet, you may never see your world the same way again.

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Jonathan Cahn’s earth-shattering book The Harbinger became an instant New York Times best seller and brought him to national and international prominence, followed by two more best-sellers The Mystery of the Shemitah, and The Book of Mysteries. Long before these books he was known for opening the deep mysteries of Scripture and bringing forth messages of prophetic import. He leads Hope of the World ministry, an international outreach of teaching, evangelism, and compassion projects for the needy.  He also leads the Jerusalem Center/Beth Israel, a worship center made up of Jews and Gentiles, people of all backgrounds, just outside New York City, in Wayne, New Jersey.  He is a much sought-after speaker and has been called the prophetic voice of our generation. He has spoken at the United Nations, on Capitol Hill, and to millions of people around the world.

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  1. Nana K
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Absolutely a must read
    October 2, 2017
    Nana K
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    I have read all of Jonathan Cahn's books and without a doubt this book was an eye opener. I truly believe Cahn is led by the Holy Spirit and I love his deep understanding of the original Hebrew language. Anyone who does not know where this world is going should read this book.

    To those who think writing a book is all about money, look into Jonathan Cahn's ministry. His life is dedicated to serving God, Jesus Christ and the spread of the gospel around the world.
  2. Lilane F.
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    A must read for everyone who fears the Lord!
    September 29, 2017
    Lilane F.
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    Jonathan Cahn is an excellent teacher and a profit for our times. I am half way through, and like The Harbinger, he continues to show God is in control of EVERYTHING! I recommend this book to everyone to read and understand our times. And I thank God for you, Jonathan Cahn, for listening to God's call and sharing His message!
  3. nannygail
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    The best book Jonthan Cahn has ever written
    September 27, 2017
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    Even if you have never read one of Jonathan Cahn's books, you will not want to miss out on reading "The Paradigm." It is the best of all the books he has written. Cahn is not giving us a direct prophecy but is showing us a parallel between King Ahab and Queen Jezebel and the kings that followed them of ancient Israel and our leader of the past 30 years. Like Israel, our country has been heading toward apostasy through sexual immorality, sacrificing of children, and calling good evil and evil good. Just like Israel we have been given a reprieve with an opportunity for revival in our country. We can learn for their mistakes and turn back to God or we can follow their path toward judgment. It's our choice. I hope you will enjoy this book as much as I did. I learned so many interesting things that I never realized about the kings of old and our leaders of today.

    I have so much enjoyed being a part of the launch team for the Paradigm receiving an advanced copy to read. I feel it is a must read book for everyone and purchased a hard copy for my family. Hope you will do the same.
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    The bible is about covenant eschatology: FLESH VS SPIRIT. Old vs New. The old was seen, temporary, external, of the FLESH. The New is unseen, eternal, internal, of the SPIRIT. What did Jesus say about his kingdom in the first century? 'My kingdom does not come with your OBSERVANCE; It is WITHIN YOU.'

    This dichotomy of Flesh vs Spirit is on every page of the bible and we would not be deceived if we follow Jesus's instructions, Matt 23:8-10, which says NOT to call anyone by a title of spiritual authority, for we are all brothers and sisters and all have the same access to our Father, who is our TEACHER, the Holy Spirit, who is Jesus. One and the Same. 2 Cor 3:17.

    Ask God, not man.

    I agree with Gabriel's comments.
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    PRESIDENT TRUMP, BILL & HILARY CLINTON PREDICTED IN THE BIBLE?
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    Mr. Cahn's book The Paradigm is based nothing more than on an eisegetical approach to interpreting the Holy Scriptures.

    Exegesis and eisegesis are two conflicting approaches in Bible study. Exegesis is the exposition or explanation of a text based on a careful, objective analysis. The word exegesis literally means to lead out of. That means that the interpreter is led to his conclusions by following the text.

    The opposite approach to Scripture is eisegesis, which is the interpretation of a passage based on a subjective, non-analytical reading. The word eisegesis literally means to lead into, which means the interpreter injects his own ideas into the text, making it mean whatever he wants.

    Obviously, only exegesis does justice to the text. Eisegesis is a mishandling of the text and often leads to a misinterpretation. Exegesis is concerned with discovering the true meaning of the text, respecting its grammar, syntax, and setting. Eisegesis is concerned only with making a point, even at the expense of the meaning of words.

    Second Timothy 2:15 commands us to use exegetical methods: Present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth. An honest student of the Bible will be an exegete, allowing the text to speak for itself. Eisegesis easily lends itself to error, as the would-be interpreter attempts to align the text with his own preconceived notions. Exegesis allows us to agree with the Bible; eisegesis seeks to force the Bible to agree with us.

    The process of exegesis involves 1) observation: what does the passage say? 2) interpretation: what does the passage mean? 3) correlation: how does the passage relate to the rest of the Bible? and 4) application: how should this passage affect my life?

    Eisegesis, on the other hand, involves 1) imagination: what idea do I want to present? 2) exploration: what Scripture passage seems to fit with my idea? and 3) application: what does my idea mean? Notice that, in eisegesis, there is no examination of the words of the text or their relationship to each other, no cross-referencing with related passages, and no real desire to understand the actual meaning. Scripture serves only as a prop to the interpreter own idea.

    To illustrate, lets use both approaches in the treatment of one passage:

    2 Chronicles 27:1-2

    Jotham was twenty-five years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem sixteen years. . . . He did what was right in the eyes of the LORD, just as his father Uzziah had done, but unlike him he did not enter the temple of the LORD.

    EISEGESIS

    First, the interpreter decides on a topic. Today, The Importance of Church Attendance. The interpreter reads 2 Chronicles 27:1-2 and sees that King Jotham was a good king, just like his father Uzziah had been, except for one thing: he didn't go to the temple! This passage seems to fit his idea, so he uses it. The resulting sermon deals with the need for passing on godly values from one generation to the next. Just because King Uzziah went to the temple every week didn't mean that his son would continue the practice. In the same way, many young people today tragically turn from their parents training, and church attendance drops off. The sermon ends with a question: How many blessings did Jotham fail to receive, simply because he neglected church?

    Certainly, there is nothing wrong with preaching about church attendance or the transmission of values. And a cursory reading of 2 Chronicles 27:1-2 seems to support that passage as an apt illustration. However, the above interpretation is totally wrong. For Jotham not to go to the temple was not wrong; in fact, it was very good, as the proper approach to the passage will show.

    EXEGESIS

    First, the interpreter reads the passage and, to fully understand the context, he reads the histories of both Uzziah and Jotham (2 Chronicles 26-27; 2 Kings 15:1-6, 32-38). In his observation, he discovers that King Uzziah was a good king who nevertheless disobeyed the Lord when he went to the temple and offered incense on the altar something only a priest had the right to do (2 Chronicles 26:16-20). Uzziah's pride and his contamination of the temple resulted in his having leprosy until the day he died (2 Chronicles 26:21).

    Needing to know why Uzziah spent the rest of his life in isolation, the interpreter studies Leviticus 13:46 and does some research on leprosy. Then he compares the use of illness as a punishment in other passages, such as 2 Kings 5:27; 2 Chronicles 16:12; and 21:12-15.

    By this time, the exegete understands something important: when the passage says Jotham did not enter the temple of the LORD, it means he did not repeat his father's mistake. Uzziah had proudly usurped the priests office; Jotham was more obedient.

    Jesus warned beware of the scribes cf Luke 20:45-47. The Greek word for scribe in this passage is "GRAMMATEUS", which means a writer( professional secretary). As in Christ's days on earth, we should be very careful of the writers of today, the modern day scribes who write books many of which are NY TIMES bestsellers that line the shelves of christian book stores. The modern church world today clearly lacks spiritual discernment by the way it neglects the 66 books of the Bible and runs after religious fad books. This gross lack of knowledge among those claiming to know the Lord is also an indication that many have not diligently studied the word of God for themselves, but rather have relied upon false teachers and prophets to tell them what they think God has said. Consequently many have been deluded by a false gospel. These false teachers and prophets prey upon the unlearned who are not skillful in interpreting God's word. These men and women are in the ministry STRICTLY FOR MONEY! Some hide this fact better than others which makes them all the more deceptive and deadly.

    2 Corinthians 2:17

    "You see, we are not like the many hucksters who preach for personal profit. We preach the word of God with sincerity and with Christ's authority, knowing that God is watching us".
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