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Stolen Vessels of God - Michael Lechtman
Stolen Vessels of God
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If you liked Raiders of the Lost Ark, then you'll love Stolen Vessels of God - a biblical fantasy that asks the question: was the Torah the only Bible that was given to humankind by God? There has been much speculation over the last 2000 years as to what happened when the Romans sacked the Second... show more
If you liked Raiders of the Lost Ark, then you'll love Stolen Vessels of God - a biblical fantasy that asks the question: was the Torah the only Bible that was given to humankind by God? There has been much speculation over the last 2000 years as to what happened when the Romans sacked the Second Temple in Jerusalem in the year 70 CE; when Titus stole the precious vessels from the Temple and brought them back to Rome. There is ample evidence that the original menorah in the Temple was taken back to Rome, as depicted graphically on the Arch of Titus, which still stands in the City of Rome today. But what about the other holy items that may have been contained in the Temple? No one has ever found the original Torah, written by Moses at God’s command; and no one knows what other items may have been contained in the Temple’s holy vessels. From New York, to Rome, and to Jerusalem, Sam Grendar, a museum archaeologist, embarks on a quest to find a book, a parallel Torah, which in myth is said to contain a secret so important that it had to be hidden from the world. Does such a book exist? And, if it does exist, is it the light unto the nations that would correct the evils the world forever? Find out what the world might be like, when you read Stolen Vessels of God.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B07QV9K9SJ
Pages no: 183
Edition language: English
Category:
Fantasy
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Linda Hilton
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0.0 Stolen Vessels of God, and a commentary on the expectations of writers
Disclosures: I obtained only the free sample of this book via Amazon. I encountered the author of this novel on Twitter, and took screen shots of the exchange. Beyond that I do not know him, nor have I ever had any other communication with him, about this book, other books, or any other subject. ...
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