About the DeNoon Institute of Biblical Research
Steven Ben-Nun (DeNoon)
Steven Katriel Ben-Nun (DeNoon) was born to Jewish parents on 7th of Cheshvan 5725 (October 13,1964).
Although at his birth he was given the name of his sister’s father while his mother hid his true identity until he came of age.
It was only then that Steven discovered that his biological father was Ronald DeNoon. and he had carried another mans name for 18 years.
Later in life Steven did a DNA test which did confirm that He was a DeNoon but was shocked to learn his father was from a line of Rabbis with surnames of DeNoon, Levi, Roth and Werner.
Steven had known his mother was born Jewish but this new revelation that his father was Jewish came as surprise.
Later contacting some of his extended family he discovered the history of his parentage that his fathers descendants survived the Spanish Inquisition, but after the inquisition the those of his family that survived fled to France this is where the name DeNoon was used.
According to family members it was the French version of the Ben-Nun family supposedly the descendants of Joshua. Weather myth or fact it is true that they were Jews persecuted for the steadfast love of the G-d of Israel.
My life was impacted very heavily at the age of 8 years old when my mother visited a church where to her surprise I pushed my way to the front of the Church to give my life to Yeshua – a burden that I knew had to be resolved.
Later in life as a Jewish believer in Yeshua as The Messiah, I yielded my life completely to The G-d of Israel who had His own plans and began to mold me into the voice He wanted me to be.
Ministry, Education & Beliefs
Steven speaks internationally as an; Author, Biblical and Hebraic Scholar, Advocate for Israel, and Biblical Equality. He is an author and journalist regarding political and Biblical climate effecting Israel.
He believes that Yeshua (Jesus Christ) is the Messiah that G-d promised to Israel the redeemer of the World.
With a passion for his people to know the identity of The Messiah Steven dedicated his life to the study of the Hebrew language privately for over 25 years and academically.
Attended Pensacola Christian College and completed the Hebrew Biblical course and also study at an Ulpan in Tel-Aviv, Israel in 2004.
While living in Israel he narrowly escaped a suicide bomber on September 22, 2004. The miraculous events that have surrounded his life shape the message that he passionately speaks about publicly.
As an author and speaker Steven has interviewed with renowned scholar Dr. Chuck Missler of Konia Institute, and Mark Beltz with El Shaddai Ministries.
Steven’s work and revelations have caught the attention of many trusted names worldwide and as well his work has been considered for a documentary on the History Channel: Steven also Study Biblical Hebrew Pensacola Christian University as well at an Ulpan in Israel.
- Sid Roth – “you must write a book on Esther…”
- Chuck Missler – “you put a perspective on the Sea of Reeds that deserves some serious scholastic attention…”
- James Dobson – “It was encouraging to note that you make a case for the reliability of the Scriptural account concerning the people of Israel crossing the Red Sea.”
- Ken Hanson – “Implications of the passage you quote Jeremiah 23 should not be overlooked”
- Rabbi Lapin – “Its seems that Steven is certainly on to something.”
Jana S. Ben-Nun (DeNoon)
Jana S. Ben-Nun (DeNoon) is a writer/speaker advocate for Biblical Equality. She has done extensive research on Cults with a special interest on The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society.
Jana has a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree from Florida State University and completed credit for her Masters at the University of West Florida.
Former Adjunct Professor at the University West Florida, she also has her Nursing Mid-wife Degree from The Czech Republic Jana continues to study scholastically on Biblical Prophecy, as pertaining to End Times.
She has studied Koine Greekfor the purpose of understanding G-d’s view on women.
She is fluent in 6 languages including Russian, Slovak, and Hungarian. As a linguist Jana has an edge Biblical Languages from a scholastic point of view.
Jana’s calling is to be a voice for women that have been silenced by misguided doctrinal views.