No trace of them has ever been discovered. In this startling book, a close examination of Japanese traditions suggests the possibility that the Japanese are the descendants of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.
Author: Joseph Eidelberg
Publisher: Gefen Publishing House
Most of the Jewish nation was lost thousands of years ago.No trace of them has ever been discovered.In this startling book, a close examination of Japanese traditions suggests the possibility that the Japanese are the descendants of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.
The most fascinating legend of Jewish heritage, originating in the mists of history and ending with the greatest riddle in Jewish history, is the legend of the en Lost Tribes the inhabitants of the Kingdom of Israel who were exiled by the ...
Author: Avigdor Shachan
Publisher: Devora Publishing
The most fascinating legend of Jewish heritage, originating in the mists of history and ending with the greatest riddle in Jewish history, is the legend of the en Lost Tribes the inhabitants of the Kingdom of Israel who were exiled by the Assyrians in 722 BCE.
As recently as 1980 , an Israeli named Joseph Eidelberg published The Japanese and the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel , in which he compared historical accounts in the Hebrew Bible with Japanese dynastic histories and concluded that the ...
Author: David G. Goodman
Publisher: Lexington Books
Why are the Japanese fascinated with the Jews? By showing that the modern attitude is the result of a process of accretion begun 200 years ago, this book describes the development behind Japanese ideas of Jews and how these images are reflected in their modern intellectual life
This book combines an adventurous discovery story of the author in search for solutions to the two most mysterious events in the Jewish History.
Author: Joseph Eidelberg
This book combines an adventurous discovery story of the author in search for solutions to the two most mysterious events in the Jewish History. The hidden footsteps of ancient Israelites during their 40 years Exodus journey from slavery in Egypt to their freedom in Canaan 3500 years ago, and the disappearance of the Ten Tribes of Israel, after their expulsion by the Assyrians in 722 BCE from their land in Israel, and their traces were never found. The book Bambara presents the two related theories, which are aimed at solving these puzzles. It takes the reader on an exciting 1700 years, non-stop, journey of ancient Jewish history with detailed rationalizations, references, experiences, analyses, and discoveries, which led the author to conclude that The Exodus was not in the Sinai desert, as commonly thought, but in Africa, and that at least some of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel ended up in Japan.
Author: Samuel Lee, superintendent, Bristol Township School DistrictPublish On: 2010-03-01
For instance, there is a theory that some of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel came to ancient Japan, perhaps around 2000 years ago, and formed the religion called Shinto and the emperor system in Japan. This work contains a number of the ...
Author: Samuel Lee, superintendent, Bristol Township School District
Publisher: Government Institutes
Japan's Christian history and cultural roots are examined from an alternative perspective. Lee analyzes cultural, religious and linguistic evidence to argue that Christianity was introduced to Japan through the Lost Tribes of Israel, converted to Christianity through the missionary efforts of the Assyrian Church of the East around A.D. 500.
The ten tribes are not merely a random group of people who disappeared following the destruction of their homes. They are permanent exiles, a missing limb from the body of the “people of Israel,” lost to Jews and Christians alike.
Author: Zvi Ben-Dor Benite
Publisher: Oxford University Press
In The Ten Lost Tribes, Zvi Ben-Dor Benite shows for the first time the extent to which the search for the lost tribes of Israel became, over two millennia, an engine for global exploration and a key mechanism for understanding the world.
THE LEGEND of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel is one of the most fascinating in Jewish lore. In 722 BCE, the king of Assyria conquered the northern Israelite kingdom of Samaria (also called Israel or Ephraim), which was inhabited by ten ...
Author: Ben-Ami Shillony
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
"Few peoples have drawn the 'us' and 'them' line so clearly and maintained it for so long." —From The Jews and the Japanese It is difficult to imagine two more widely different—almost incompatible—societies than those of the Jews and the Japanese: a people spread over the four corners of the world versus a people with an almost uninterrupted history of sovereignty in its own land: geographical heterogeneity versus linguistic and cultural homogeneity; a cosmopolitan experience versus an island mentality; strict religious and moral commandments versus group–based and aesthetically bound values. Yet, there are also surprising analogies between these two peoples. It is this extraordinary combination of similarities and differences that are explored. In The Jews and the Japanese, Professor Shillony describes how these two peoples, both rich in cultural heritage and historical experiences, have interacted with the Christian West, their outstanding achievements and immense tragedies, and their attempts to integrate with the West and its repeated rejection of them.
Japanese. as. the. Ten. Lost. Tribes. of. Israel. THE LEGEND of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel is one of the most fascinating in Jewish lore. In 722 BC. the king of Assyria conquered the northern Israelite kingdom of Samaria (also called ...
Author: Ben-Ami Shillony
Category: Social Science
This volume of the Collected Writings of Modern Western Scholars on Japan brings together the work of Ben-Ami Shillony on modern history, crisis and culture, Japan and the Jews.
The ten tribes of Israel must have moved east passing through these countries. We cannot say there is no possibility that the main body of the ten tribes of Israel came far away to Japan. According to this theory, the lost tribes came ...
Author: Lee Samuel
Lee skillfully examines various facets of the Japanese society and culture looking for answers of why Christianity is not widely accepted and practiced in Japan. He comes up with strategies and suggestions of how Christianity should approach Japan and suggests that Christianity should be reintroduced there.
Author: Abdelbaset Yusuf, M.D.Publish On: 2017-01-31
 One article, entitled “Mystery of the Ten Lost Tribes: Japan” by Arimasa Kubo, asserts that many traditional customs and ceremonies in Japan are very similar to those of ancient Israel, and postulates that perhaps these rituals ...
Author: Abdelbaset Yusuf, M.D.
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Jesus: From India to Japan by Abdelbaset Yusuf, M.D. Jesus: From India to Japan encourages open dialogue about three prominent religions—Judaism, Christianity and Islam—in order to obtain a more modern understanding of religion as a whole. Specifically, it explores the similarities and differences found in the Qur’an and the Bible, and how these two Holy Books still guide and influence the lives of billions of people today.
It is that the Japanese are a portion of the ten lost tribes of Israel , and in this way are the descendants of Jacob . A Mr. Norman McLeod has published two volumes , in which he explains very forcibly his reasons for coming to this ...