Etymological Approach

October 19th, 2010
Glossary of Traditional vs. Re-interpreted Biblical Words 

Glossary of Traditional vs. Re-interpreted Biblical Words
18 Ancient Languages Researched

 

  • Akkadian
  • Arabic
  • Aramaic
  • Assyrian
  • Babylonian
  • Canaanite
  • Egyptian
  • Greek
  • Hebrew
  • Indo-European/Hittite
  • Italian
  • Latin
  • Mittanian
  • Nuzi
  • Phoenician
  • Sumerian
  • Syrian
  • Ugaritic

While the Ark of the Testimony was in use, from the time of Moses to the reign of King David, the Israelites reported terrifying, even fatal episodes of dealing with it. They used the common terms of the day to describe the danger of the Ark, but their original descriptions have suffered the misconstruing and, therefore, faulty translation that comes from the evolution of language over time.

Through his extensive research in digs, museums, and libraries in several countries, including Syria, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, Israel, and England, Isaacs has discovered related and loanwords in 18 ancient languages that, when associated with their Hebrew neighbors and considered together, clarify the intent of the early scribes who relayed those events in the Bible.

Get Talking With God

Talking With God

Talking With God: The Radioactive Ark of the Testimony
by Roger D. Isaacs

Hardcover & eBook

Comments are closed.
%d bloggers like this: