What Was the Ark of the Testimony?

January 26th, 2012

Roger Isaacs’ extensive research into 18 ancient languages reveals how the Bible says the Ark enabled direct communication with God.

Roger D. Isaacs

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Roger Isaacs Explains His Controversial Theory

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Author Roger Isaacs on “What’s the 411” with Sharon Kay (WFSK.org)
Podcast of Jan. 16, 2011

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Secrets Revealed in the Words Used to Describe the Ark of the Testimony

From Moses to King David, the Israelites reported terrifying, even fatal encounters with the Ark of the Testimony (commonly known as Ark of the Covenant). They used common terms of the day, but as languages have evolved, their original descriptions have suffered misconstruing and, therefore, faulty translation.

Talking With God Examines the Bible’s Words

Biblical researcher, Roger D. Isaacs set out on a quest to uncover what really happened to Moses and the Israelites at Mt. Sinai, when, according to the Bible, they were given a set of most puzzling laws.

Through extensive research of 33 Bible words in 18 ancient languages, Roger Isaacs examines an Old Testament puzzle. What was the Ark of the Testimony? And what made it so dangerous?

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