Cepher Restored Names Bible: Leather Bound (3rd Edition 2018 Revision)

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NEW 2018 REVISED EDITION! (Thinner & Lighter than previous Editions) The Eth CEPHER is a comprehensive restoration of sacred scripture that … -Sets forth a transliteration, rather than a substitution, of the names of the Father (YAHUAH), Son (YAHUSHA) and Holy Spirit (RUACH HAQODESH). -Transliterates over 3100 other Hebrew names and places. -Restores the Aleph Tav more than 10,000 times; previously omitted in other English translations. -Includes all of the 81 books previously canonized as the Bible (see scripture comparison chart), plus another 6 books considered to be inspired and/or historically significant: Chanok (Enoch) & Yovheliym (Jubilees) from the Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as Yashar (Jasher), 4 Ezra, 2 Baruk (Baruch) and Hadaccah (Additions to Esther), for a total of 87 books under one cover. -Restores an accurate order to the books as they were originally written. -Corrects many notorious errors found in virtually all previous English translations, such as Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 14, Zakaryahu (Zechariah) 5, and Mattithyahu (Matthew) 23. -Restores chapters 151-155 of Tehilliym (Psalms), as well as the 29th chapter of Ma’asiym (The Acts of the Apostles) chronicling Pa’al’s (Paul’s) journey to Spain. -Includes a Hebrew-to-English chart of the most common names and places found in scripture. -Includes a chart of the modern and paleo Hebrew alphabet and provides the meaning of each letter. -Includes a listing of all the sacred names of Elohiym found in scripture. -Includes 13 original historical Maps. -Provides a Family History section for personalization. -Includes Footnotes and Endnotes. 1808 pages printed in a readable 10 point Cambria type font on 30 pound Dexter Cream paper. Measures 7”x10”x2″ and weighs 4.4 pounds (thinner and lighter than previous printings) Hardbound in black Arizona bonded leather made from 100% cowhide. Includes satin ribbon place holder and gold embossing.

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10 reviews for Cepher Restored Names Bible: Leather Bound (3rd Edition 2018 Revision)

  1. Cheryl Mcclamrock

    I’m excited about the Cepher. I’ve been digging up non-cannonical books on the internet to read for years..and have read Enoch, Maccabees and a couple of others, but this is incredible to have to many in one volume with Yahuah’s name included and other ancient Hebrew names. I also found the information in the introduction very informative. I actually bought 2 more for friends. Highly recommend!

  2. Sharon in Arizona

    What everyone interested in ‘meat NOT milk’ teaching of biblical truth!

  3. C.R. Melvin Jr.

    It’s so close to being an all-in-one but some books are still not present like the Testaments of Israel’s 12 sons or the Adam and Eve books for example.

  4. Jesse W.

    Firstly, the cosmetic. This bible is very nice. The cover is leather, the binding is solid, the paper is VERY nice. It’s not thin like most bible paper is. The text is very readable but not Giant Print; it’s probably a little bit bigger than the text of any regular hardcover book.Now for the meat and potatoes so to speak: As a KJV purist, I am always hesitant to try new translations. Most translations are very poor and end up being so different from the original that people are lead astray. After a friend recommended the Eth Cepher to me, I looked into it and have been very impressed. The Eth Cepher is basically a New King James Version, with transliterated proper names, rather than translated proper names. (A transliteration is a direct copy of one language into another language whereas a translation often uses a completely different word. For example, “Ecclesia” is a Hebrew transliteration meaning “Called out assembly”, and this word is almost always translated as “Church” in English. The two words DO NOT mean the same thing.) The importance of this, I believe, cannot be understated. All throughout scripture, YAHUAH glorifies His own name. I don’t believe He’s doing that just because. The ONLY thing that YAH places above His name is His Word. So the fact that modern English translations (and even the KJV) have completely removed the name of The Father is discouraging. I never even heard the name Yahuah, Yah, or Yahusha Ha’Mashaich, or Elohiym, or El Shaddai, or any of the other divine titles used as anything more than catchy, tongue-in-cheek references before I began to research the Eth Cepher. Looking back, I find that very troubling. “God” is NOT the name of the Father. “Jesus” is NOT the name of Mashiach (The Messiah) and given the importance placed by YAH The Father on these proper names, I think we should know them if we are going to call ourselves Servants of the Living God, YAH. Words like “church” and “bible” and even “Israel”, which all have pagan origins and original meanings, are not used in the Cepher. They have all been replaced with transliterated Hebrew names and titles and nouns. The names of people, which themselves are always hugely significant given how powerful of a language Hebrew is, are also transliterated. If we believe that Yah literally wrote the holy scriptures, then logic dictates that every word, every name, every verb, every jot and every tittle are there by design to convey a very specific message. The Cepher aims to remedy the problems caused by translation out of Divine Hebrew into boring old English (or other languages that are similarly as imprecise and dull as English, lol). I can only speak for myself here, but realizing these things has been one of the most major steps forward in my Walk with Yah. To know Him on a deeper level is what every serious Christian claims to want.Even the word “Eth” itself has a huge significance. In Hebrew, “Eth” is used to refer to the subject of a verb, officially. Unofficially, the translators of the Cepher believe “Eth” to be The Divine Mark. “Eth” is spelled “Aleph, Tav” in Hebrew, the first letter and the last letter of the Hebrew Alphabet. This should sound familiar to anyone who knows their bible. Both YAH The Father and Yahusha Ha’Mashiach refer to themselves as “The first and the last, the beginning and the end”, and if Revelation was indeed originally written in Hebrew as the translators of the Cepher believe, and even when reading a translation of Revelation in Hebrew, “I am The Alpha and The Omega” would read “I am The Aleph and The Tav”. Aleph is the Ox Head, it signifies strength and the breath of the creator. Broken down, the symbol Aleph is composed of a Yod pointed up, and a Yod pointed down, seperated by a Vav. Or quite literally, the Hand of The Father and the Hand of The Son divided by The Nail. The second letter, Tav, is the mark of salvation. In Paleo-Hebrew, the symbol was a cross. The Tav was the symbol that Yah commanded the Israelites to paint over their doors during the Passover. The Eth Cepher has restored over 10,000 “Eth’s” to scripture that were removed from every translation out of Hebrew ever.The Eth Cepher also includes what has come to be known, somewhat detrimentally, as the “Expanded Apocrypha”. “Apocrypha” is the somewhat derogatory label used by early church leaders to signify books they couldn’t understand. Most of the books of this Apocrypha were included in the earliest European translations of the bible. The Geneva, The KJV and Thomas Nelson’s translation. Most were also found amongst the Dead Sea Scrolls. Several of them are directly quoted or referred to throughout the traditional bible. Some of them I hesitate to call “scripture” or “inspired” as they seem to be more historical in nature, but I am not the ultimate authority on the Apocrypha or the traditional bible. I do know that 1 Enoch should absolutely be regarded as inspired scripture, and if we have been wrong about 1 Enoch then what else have we missed? Read it for yourself and see. It was excluded originally because of how ridiculously outrageous it is. Stories of Fallen Angels breeding with human women and producing giants and abominations of all different shapes and sizes, Enoch being shown the secrets of the universe, etc. But mixed in there are prophecies of Jesus Christ that, in my opinion, outshine even Isaiah, given that they are so blatant in nature. My point is, Thomas Nelson was burned at the stake by the church because he refused to translate the word “ecclesia” as “church” because “church” had a pagan connotation and meaning, and much of the history of the church is littered with this kind of behavior. Those are the people who are dictating scripture today, half a millennium later. Be Bereans and read the so-called “apocrypha” for yourself, pray, and see what Yah says.I know this review has been long winded, but for anyone reading it, I wanted to convey things clearly. I could do no less a justice to the holy scripture. I do not believe you will be disappointed with the Eth Cepher or with Dr. Stephen Pidgeon, the founder of Cepher Publishing. I haven’t met many people who love Yah as much as he clearly does. He, and the team at Cepher Publishing, wanted to make this translation out of love and out of desperation over what they see as the erosion of the holy scriptures and indeed the will of Yah in modern times.

  5. Customer

    I received this two days ago and I just noticed this first instance (I don’t know how many there are because it’s a very large book) of missing pages from page 1584 (Luke Chapter 17 not finished, the Gospel of John missing) to page 1633 (Acts 1-28 missing). PLEASE REFUND OR REPLACE MY PURCHASE; IT’S VERY DIFFICULT FOR ME TO GET TO DROP THIS OFF AND THIS WAS JUST TOO EXPENSIVE TO HAVE THIS MUCH MISSING!

  6. Julio

    Great condition for the word of yahuah

  7. Evva

    Get yours before it’s banned, removed and hidden again by those in high office, namely the Vatican.

  8. M.

    Just wow, absolutely amazing! The best & most accurate collection of scripture I’ve found!

  9. Kindle Customer

    A large sized book with print that is readable, I love it for it has the apocrypha included. I wish that I had ordered the case due to the size of the book.

  10. Lori J. Servies

    Love this Bible. It includes the Book of Jasher, the Book of Enoch, The Book of Jubilees, Tobit, 1&2 Baruk, the Prayer of Manasseh, additions to Esther, Book of Judith, Prayer of Azariah, Book of Susanna, additions to Ezra, 1-4 Maccabees! It uses the proper names for YHWH and Jesus as well as other Bible people. I wish that it would use more Hebrew/Greek words with explanation when it is important to the context. Otherwise, this is the meat that Believers have been looking for.

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