New Xulon Book: Second Revised Edition Expands on Revealing a Clear Illustration of Messiah in Ezekiel

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Emil Heller Henning III enhances his material in the original book analyzing Old Testament vision, foreshadowing of Christ’s salvific work

EZEKIEL'S TEMPLE - A SCRIPTURAL FRAMEWORK ILLUSTRATING THE COVENANT OF GRACE

I hope evangelical Christians will have fresh joy at the unity and internal connections of God's Word

Emil Heller Henning III’s new book, Ezekiel's Temple: A Scriptural Framework Illustrating the Covenant of Grace – SECOND REVISED EDITION, ($10.99, paperback, 9781626975132; $5.99, e-book, 9781626975460) uncovers an unnoticed level of meaning in the complicated “temple vision” from the book of Ezekiel's last nine chapters. The author stresses that no one has taught such an interpretation – let alone an extensive evaluation – surrounding the temple prior to this book.

This very special SECOND REVISED EDITION provides new features including consideration to two 500 x 500 long-cubit squares that have come to the author’s attention since publishing the original book in 2013. One is located in Jerusalem's Temple Mount and the other in America. The first is the so-called “Ritmeyer’s Square” found in Jerusalem’s Temple Mount by the celebrated archaeological architect Leen Ritmeyer. This book discusses his square in relation to Ezekiel’s prophecy. The author also became aware that the famous 1638 city plan of New Haven, CT, has similarities to a 1604 European study of Ezekiel’s Temple, and in particular its central square (today’s New Haven Green) measures 500 x 500 in Ezekiel’s long cubits. Evidence of interest in Ezekiel by New Haven co-founder John Davenport is discussed. These thought-provoking discoveries enhance an already powerful discussion in this book.

“I hope evangelical Christians will have fresh joy at the unity and internal connections of God's Word,” states the author. “I hope Jews may be challenged to look more carefully at the need for a personal Messiah, and the claims of Yeshua in particular, after reflecting on Ezekiel's Temple. I hope other people who may not have highly esteemed God's Word will be led to tremble in amazement at its unity and design.”

Emil Heller Henning III was born in Boston in 1946, educated in the Baltimore Public Schools, and holds A.B. and Master of Architecture degrees from Washington University in St. Louis. He worked one summer in graduate school for a Boston firm that pioneered “way finding” concepts to help people navigate subway systems and sprawling building complexes. While there he assisted in the design of orientation maps and signs for a campus of over 100 interconnected buildings. For three years he was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, after which he worked for architecture firms in North and South Carolina. He is today a Registered Architect in South Carolina, where he has a small architectural practice and serves as a Ruling Elder at Second Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Greenville, S.C.

For more information about this book including a detailed synopsis and list of contents – and to read an excerpt from this outstanding book – please visit http://www.ezekielstemple.com.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Ezekiel's Temple: A Scriptural Framework Illustrating the Covenant of Grace – SECOND REVISED EDITION through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

Media Contact: Emil Heller Henning III
Email: emilhenningarchitect(at)yahoo(dot)com
Website: http://www.ezekielstemple.com

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