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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 full color images that depict Isaacs' unique approach to this historic and scientific material.

 

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Talking With God (Body)

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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 18 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.

 

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What's inside The Golden Ark

Isaacs wrote this graphic book with one goal in mind: to explain the actual purpose of the ark.

Why devote an entire pictorial volume to this subject? Because this relatively simple, gold covered box has been the subject of awe, fear, study, research, philosophies, beliefs, wars, books, films, and endless, seemingly unanswerable questions. The ark of the testimony, also called the ark of the covenant, has been a promulgator of ageless laws, rendering it, for millennia, one of history's most significant artifacts.

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Why read Talking With God

Talking With God: The Radioactive Ark of the Testimony dramatically introduces a whole new world of thinking about practices surrounding the Ark of the Testimony (aka Ark of the Covenant) and relates that thinking to the sciences of physics and chemistry. It propounds a new theory regarding what the Israelites experienced at Mount Sinai and beyond. It explains how they communicated through the Ark, the terrible dangers involved in doing so, and the protections from that danger that it was necessary for them to undertake.

In Talking With God, Roger D. Isaacs shares the results of a 40-year study into the meanings of more than 20 ancient Hebrew words. In our modern Bibles, these words don't seem to mean what they say, so Isaacs researched similar words among 18 ancient languages that point to the original meanings. Taken together, they paint a startling picture of what the ancient Israelites experienced. About the Ark as a communications device. About the tabernacle that housed the Ark and all its instruments.

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The Language of the Ten Plagues

April 10th, 2017

As we enter the Passover season, millions of people around the world are telling the story of the Hebrews’ Exodus from slavery in Egypt and remembering a series of remarkable events that define the Jewish people and faith. As part the Seder (the celebratory Passover meal), Jews recount the Ten Plagues that ravaged Egypt and finally convinced Pharaoh to release the Hebrews from bondage. The historicity of the Exodus has been debated, analysed, rejected and rethought countless times. While large scale archaeological evidence has not yet been uncovered, clues do indeed exist. Outside of archaeology, are there any hints that there was an Exodus and that it did indeed occur at the time reported in the Bible, rather than being a later invention as some scholars assert? One way to approach the answer is to determine if there are similar words in both Hebrew and Egyptian that might have required interactions between the two peoples in order to develop. A scribe creating a fictional narrative during the Babylonian Captivity and Post-Exilic Period would have been far less likely to use these types of words than words arising from the Babylonian and later Persian culture that surrounded him.

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Praise for The Golden Ark

Praise for The Golden Ark

Rabbi Robert Marx

"You continue to confound the "biblical establishment" even as you offer creative insights into our ancient religious literature. You offer a naturalistic explanation to what others insist upon calling supernatural. Or perhaps, more accurately, your work might be described as supra-natural. At any rate, it represented innovative, if inevitably, controversial thinking. And we need that."

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

Francesco Licheri

"Now the 'substance' of Talking With God will be very easily understood by EVERYONE! The Golden Ark, A Pictorial History represents an excellent inventive to read Talking With God in order to fully realize in details its richness of highly scientific arguments."

Francesco Licheri, Archaeologist & Sociologist

Robert Wolf

"...it's an excellent exposition of your thesis. The text is concise and clear, the illustrations are bold and inviting."

Robert Wolf, Author and Executive Editor, Free River Press

Praise for Talking With God

Praise for Talking With God

Rabbi Jacob Milgrom

"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

Dr. Byron Sherwin

"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.

Robert Wolf

"Roger Isaacs has written a book that is sure to arouse controversy … but the arguments that comprise the bulk of the book have 40 years of scholarly research backing them."

Robert Wolf, Author and Executive Editor, Free River Press

Peter Gingiss

"Isaacs' use of etymology to redefine many words in the Hebrew Bible has resulted in a fascinating hypothesis."

Peter Gingiss, Associate Professor of Linguistics Department of English, University of Houston