An Ancient Communications System
From Moses to King David, the Israelites reported terrifying, even fatal encounters with the Ark of the Testimony (commonly know 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. Roger Isaacs’ extensive research into 18 ancient languages reveals how the Bible says the Ark enabled direct communication with God.
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The meanings of numerous Old Testament words have shifted radically over time.
These word changes result from the fact that translators didn’t fully understand what the ancient Hebrew words originally meant and how they connected to the early Israelite’s experiences. Instead, translators have applied their own definitions and interpretations. These errors profoundly influence contemporary understanding of what really happened during biblical times.
Talking With God: The Radioactive Ark Of The Testimony. Communication Through It. Protecting From It. examines 33 Bible words such as “holy,” “glory,” “sin,” and “atonement” that relate directly to the Ark of the Testimony (aka Ark of the Covenant) and it’s purpose.
Fifty years ago, 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. The result of Isaacs’ research is a new perspective on biblical interpretation that seeks to answer a number of age-old biblical questions including …
- What was the true purpose of the Ark of the Testimony?
- Why did people die when they touched the Ark?
- What was the real reason for God “visiting the iniquity of the fathers” on the “third and fourth” generation of their sons?
- Why was the purpose of the Israelites’ sacrifice totally different from that of the countries around them?
- Why don’t the words “holy” mean “holy,” “sin” mean sin, “glory” mean glory?
- What is the soul and exactly where is it located?
- What is God?
The answers to these and other questions, which have been obscured by centuries of biblical interpretations can be found in Talking With God: The Radioactive Ark Of The Testimony. Inside, Isaacs analyzes 33 important words used in the Bible whose misinterpretations have skewed contemporary understanding of what really happened in ancient times.
Through extensive research in digs, museums, and libraries in several countries, including Syria, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt, Israel, and England, Isaacs discovered related and loanwords in 18 ancient languages that, when associated with their Hebrew neighbors, help clarify the intent of the early observers who relayed the biblical events.
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