Crossing the Red Sea by Daniel Botkin
Meet Daniel Botkin, Founder, Author & Editor-in-Chief
Bible teacher, conference speaker, author, artist and songwriter, Daniel Botkin is the Editor-in-Chief of Gates of Eden The Botkin Bimonthly Magazine.
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Daniel Botkin's New Art Book:
Psurrealistic Psalms ~ 150 Paintings Inspired by the 150 Psalms of the Bible
NOW AVAILABLE for purchase ~ Click here to get your copy!
The Unembellished Escapades & Exploits
of Daniel Shabbatnik
This autobiographical account of Daniel Botkin's escapades and exploits span seven decades . . .
From the Leave It To Beaver, clean-cut culture of the 1950s, through the turbulent times of anti-establishment hippies and on-fire Jesus freaks of the 60s and 70s, Daniel shares how those foundational days, and various other events and experiences along the way, transformed him into a leader and teacher in the Messianic Movement, a role he continues to fill.
A Practical Guide to Understanding & Interpreting
The Holy Scriptures
Get Wisdom! Get Knowledge! Get CONTEXT!
In this comfortable & clear guide to studying God's Word, Hermeneutics – A Practical Guide to Understanding & Interpreting The Holy Scriptures, Daniel Botkin presents principles and examples in context, language, linguistics and literal vs. non-literal approaches to studying God’s Word.
Encouragement & Exhortation From Judges & Judges
is for those . . .
. . . who have experienced the "out of" Egypt aspect of their faith but not the "into" the Promise Land aspect of their faith
. . . who are tired of aimlessly wandering through life and want to transition to the life of a Hebrew, which literally means,"to cross over".
A Heart to Pray and A Mind to Work
Inspiration and Instruction From Ezra and Nehemiah
is for those . . .
. . . who have heard the call to leave the carnality, confusion, and worldly compromise that exists in today's church
. . . who long to return to the ancient paths of the Patriarchs and Prophets
. . . who want to earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered to the saints