He Will Rule as God: Ancient Israel History, An Old Testament Commentary

Androgynous Papers
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He Will Rule as God unveils the true history of ancient Israel and Judah. The controversial publication is an in-depth examination, but also an unbiased and objective commentary on the first fourteen books of the Old Testament.

He Will Rule as God deciphers the time-forgotten events that occurred in pre-exilic Palestine. Although the biblical stories of the Old Testament have confounded people for centuries, this book finally conveys the underlying meaning and origin of the myths and in so doing, reveals the lost history of the Holy Land. Furthermore, the research also details how independent religious factions in ancient Israel and Judah united not only their institutions, but also their histories. These endeavors created a unified Israel nation and thereby a new account of Palestine's ancient past. However, this critical undertaking does not detract from the sacred writings, but instead renders the Hebrew Bible even more amazing and its authors' achievements beyond incredible. Upon objectively delving within this literary work, one will discover the truth behind the Israelite scriptures and thus understand the actual history behind the Israel nation and its conveyed conquests in the land of Canaan.

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I am a Philosopher and a Poet. As I have (often vision impaired) ambled the arduous journey referred to as life, I have learned that unless one is being educated for work, where their future employers would want them blindly learned, the paramount path to education is via the self. Moreover, if the proper means are pursued with an open and objective mind, one may not attain society’s golden piece of paper by which a worth is deemed, but nuggets of a far greater value, which are knowledge and wisdom. If I am allowed to continue my philosophical journey. may I learn to always walk steadfast with an open mind and kindness. However, if the Fates have decreed my final breath near, may they let compassion descend upon humankind until either the day of our species' extinction or a time when we transcend our world of ignorance and illusion.

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Publisher
Androgynous Papers
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Published on
Feb 14, 2017
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Pages
482
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ISBN
9781370130535
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Language
English
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Genres
History / Middle East / General
Religion / Biblical Commentary / Old Testament
Religion / Biblical Criticism & Interpretation / Old Testament
Religion / Biblical Studies / History & Culture
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