“I … will speak to you from above the ark cover”
Why are so many of the bible’s passages so puzzling?
Roger Isaacs discusses why he researched and wrote “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
According to the findings in Talking With God: The Radioactive Ark of the Testimony, important passages and laws in the Hebrew Bible are puzzling because of the erroneous misinterpretations of key words.
Talking With God, the result of 40-plus years of research, propounds a theory explaining familiar biblical words that don’t mean what they say.
The book discusses …
- the Ark as the communications device Moses and others used to speak with God;
- various biblical phenomena in terms of the laws of modern physics and chemistry, leading to;
- the Ark’s radioactivity that constantly threatened the Israelites as they crossed the Wilderness over 3,000 years ago.
It all sounds bizarre until you read it.
Whether or not you take the Bible literally, you will see that what happened to the ancient Israelites was documented incorrectly and is now at the heart of the world’s major religions.
“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.
Talking With God reaches new conclusions about what really happened when the Lord gave Moses the laws/stones on Mt. Sinai. It does so by clarifying the original meanings of key words used by first hand observers.
Isaacs has matched many of these Hebrew words with their counterparts in several ancient languages. He says that words translated “holy,” “glory,” “clean,” “unclean,” “sin,” “atone,” “plague,” and “soul” have completely different meanings, which each relate to the Ark of the Testimony.
Yes, it all sounds hard to believe, but to quote a prominent rabbi, “Agree with Isaacs or not, you will never be able to accept the Bible in the same way as scholars have done throughout the centuries.”
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by Roger D. Isaacs
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