February 13th, 2016
Talking With God

The Golden Ark
A Pictorial History

by Roger D. Isaacs

96 pages, 49 illustrations

The Golden Ark takes us on a visual journey from Moses to Solomon to the prophets. Enjoy more than 50 full color images that depict Isaacs’ unique approach to this historic and scientific material.

Softcover: $11.99

Talking With God

Talking With God
The Radioactive Ark of the Testimony. Communication Through It. Protection From It.

by Roger D. Isaacs

514 pages, 63 illustrations, extensive bibliography, index of 19 ancient languages

The “big book,” as we fondly call it, is a deep etymological exploration of the Ark’s use and purpose, which corrects eons of inaccuracies, folklore, and myths.

Hardcover: $13.99

Discover why talking with God was extremely dangerous!

Most Bibles mistranslate God’s ark-related words as holy, sanctify, glory, sin, atone, plague, soul, testimony, cherubim, etc.

But that’s not what the words meant at all!

In this new book Roger D. Isaacs has matched many Hebrew words with their counterparts in neighboring ancient languages and retranslated them. The result is a totally new understanding of the puzzling laws and seemingly fantastical stories about the ark that readers often dismiss. Isaacs reveals why the ark was lethal and the protections necessary to avoid its radioactivity.

Roger Isaacs: Why I researched and wrote Talking With God

Praise for Talking With God

“An enormous, imaginative work. I think I would call it a modern midrash.”

The Late Rabbi Jacob Milgrom, Biblical Scholar, U.C. Berkeley Professor Emeritus of Near Eastern Studies

“This work…represents a novel and substantive approach to biblical study and understanding.”

Dr. Byron Sherwin, Distinguished Service Professor, Director of Doctoral Programs, Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies.

“Agree or not, you will never be able to accept the Bible in the same way.”

Robert Marx, Rabbi Emeritus of Congregation Hakifa, Glencoe, IL, Founder and a past president of the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs

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