• God had respect unto Abel and to his offering, but unto Cain and to his offering He had not respect. Why?
• It's for God's mission that Moses went to Egypt, but why did G-d seek to kill him on the way? And why did God let him alone due to Zipporah's cutting off the foreskin of her son?
• How to understand that the Tree of Life was actually an atonement tree? How to deduce by ancient Chinese characters that Adam's first prayer was for Eve and the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil was actually an apricot tree?
ZHAO also discusses biblical themes that are timeless and stimulating that range from the creation of man to analyzing the role of Moses as a leader, a father and a servant of God. While many other works on Biblical scriptures exist to relay content to readers, Utter Dark Sayings unveils complexities of numerical mysteries, unfolds controversial questions and illuminates you on a variety of symbols that may have puzzled you over time. This book will take you into the Old Testament and provide gripping historical, sociological, archeological and theoretical components of the Bible you have never before have pondered. ZHAO relays mysterious components of the Bible using a straightforward approach that will inspire you to grasp Biblical symbols with a critical eye. You will also broaden your linguistic horizons by gaining exposure to aspects of the Chinese that relate to the book of Genesis.