Talking With God: The Radioactive Ark of the Testimony. Communication Through It. Protection From It.by Roger D. Isaacs
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From Moses to King David, the Israelites reported terrifying, even fatal encounters with the Ark of the Testimony (commonly 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.
Talking With God is an assembled jigsaw puzzle. Roger David Isaacs has taken words from many ancient languages and painstakingly matched them to their counterparts in the Hebrew of the Five Books of Moses. The result is a totally new approach to what the Hebrew words originally conveyed. In Isaacs' view, the words traditionally translated holy, sanctify, glory, sin, atone, plague, soul, testimony, cherubim, etc., have completely different meanings. When they are all assembled, the result is a startling picture that is directly related to the laws of radiation physics and chemistry as we understand them today. Isaacs' work is an exciting guide through the biblical world as it was meant to be understood ... a far cry from the standard, familiar interpretations.
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Meet the Author
Roger David Isaacs is Chairman and President of The Public Relations Board (retired). His special interest is biblical interpretation, and he has worked in that field for over 50 years. Isaacs comes from a long line of biblical scholars. His father was Dr. Raphael Isaacs, a noted hematologist who developed treatments for pernicious anemia as well as several other diseases of the blood.
Dr. Isaacs' special interests were medical research and biblical history. Isaacs great grandfather was the Cincinnati religious leader Schachne Isaacs who established the leading orthodox synagogue in that city ("Reb Schachne's Schule") in the 1800's. Another great grandfather was Aaron Z. Friedman, author of the pamphlet entitled Tub Taam (New York, 1866), which successfully defended the traditional Jewish method of slaughtering animals.
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