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Navigating the Sea of Talmud: A Memoir

Navigating the Sea of Talmud: A Memoir

by Steven Joseph
     
 

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In a planet with a life-span of 6,000 years we are in year 5,767, leaving 233 years left on this earth. Man can achieve salvation or hasten destruction. This book offers insights into the universe and that have never been presented before. A finite definition of love and man's connection to God are all presented. A Linguistic approach is used to connote powerful ideas

Overview

In a planet with a life-span of 6,000 years we are in year 5,767, leaving 233 years left on this earth. Man can achieve salvation or hasten destruction. This book offers insights into the universe and that have never been presented before. A finite definition of love and man's connection to God are all presented. A Linguistic approach is used to connote powerful ideas that will change your understanding of the universe. A new definition of wisdom is elaborated upon and the strength of the Rabbi's to dictate nature is discussed. Striking Iraq's nuclear power plant was a military engagement coupled with a pre-consultation with a renowned Talmudic scholar. Corporate aspirations, business ethics and the ever-present desire to accummulate wealth are staples of this memoir. In addition, mathematical formulas are applied to shed light on God's secrets. If you want an all-encompassing outlook on the universe and its impact on your existence then this is a must-read. The beauty of the Talmud will be illuminated through the eyes of one who lives with bipolar. There are 70 nations in the world, 70 faces to the Bible, 70 individuals that went down to Egypt and 70 secrets into God's thinking process.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781425748418
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
06/28/2007
Pages:
100
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.24(d)

Read an Excerpt

Man is held to a higher standard when it comes to inflicting damage upon his neighbor.
The Talmud says, Man is forever forewarned.

In Hebrew, the word forewarned comes from the root word time.

The new interpretation would be that Man's time is forever.

In Hebrew the word time numerically equals one-hundred and twenty which the Bible deems the longest possible time a person can live on this earth.

Meet the Author

Mr. Joseph's family originally published Ha'emek Davar, written by Rabbi Naftali Zvi Yehuda Berlin. His new book, A Book of Axioms and A Few Poems, is scheduled for release in early Fall.

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