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Author: David Limbaugh Narrator: David Cochran Heath Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: November 2015 ISBN: 9781504641487
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In the 2014 New York Times bestseller Jesus on Trial, David Limbaugh made a case for the Gospels as hard evidence of the existence of God, drawing on his own spiritual journey from skeptic to believer. Now Limbaugh looks deeper into the scriptures and discovers that Jesus Christ’s very being reveals itself in a close reading of the sacred texts.

The Emmaus Code is a powerful, intimate journey toward an understanding of Christ as man, savior, and son of God.

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  • “David Limbaugh uniquely opens up the most beloved Book of all time, magnifying its greatest theme…David has written The Emmaus Code not only as an accomplished author, commentator, and attorney, but with vitality that conveys his love for the Lord and his inspired word.”

    Franklin Graham

  • “If you’ve ever wondered what ties the Old Testament and the New Testament together, then this is the book for you. It’s the best Christian layman’s guide to the Old Testament I’ve ever read. Fascinating—and highly recommended!”

    Sean Hannity, author and political commentator

  • An Audible.com Bestseller

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  • 4.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 54.333333 out of 5 Ansric | 4/24/2021

    " The Emmaus Code is based on Luke 24:27, where Jesus explains to a pair of his disciples how the Old Testament predicts and explains his life, death, and resurrection. Limbaugh has amassed material from a broad range of Christians on this topic--mostly from Dispensational Protestants, but there are non-Protestant voices too, and he explains views other than Dispensationalism. This book is mostly for people who don't understand the importance of the Old Testament. If you have studied the OT very much, you may still learn a few things, but Limbaugh is mostly trying to get people who have never bothered to explore the OT to understand its relevance to Christianity. There are some debatable points. For example, he accepts the popular view that God rejected Cain's offering because it was bloodless, though what Cain and Abel presented to God was an "offering," not a sacrifice--probably more of a tithe or "first fruits" offering (no blood required). Still, it is a common idea, so readers may as well be aware of it, and if this book leads to further exploration of Old Testament scholarship, any problems will take care of themselves. Summary: If you are not regularly reading and studying through the OT, you ought to read this. "

About the Author

David Limbaugh is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, a lawyer with the Limbaugh Firm, and a nationally syndicated columnist. In addition to his journalism and law work, he frequently appears on top-tier television and radio programs, including Hannity, Mark Levin, Laura Ingraham, and his brother’s show, Rush Limbaugh. He lives with his family in Missouri.

About the Narrator

David Cochran Heath is a professional actor with more than 30 years of experience on the stage in over 130 productions. He is also a lifelong fan of radio theater and has done a variety of narration and character work. He lives in San Diego with his wife, Beth.