By H. Moose Edited by David Sternlight, PhD (402 Pages)Publisher: Thirty Seven Books, 2001
From the first appearance of the Bible through today a constant stream of criticism has been directed against it. As the real content of the Bible differs greatly from the may erroneous translations that have led to such criticism, so too does the Biblical account of the creation in the original; a correct translation reveals that the real Bible has yet to be understood by the world. Past views of the Bible contain contains errors ranging from mistaken conceptions to gross libel.
Ever-growing numbers take the Bible as a piece of antique literature containing bits of curious information and philosophy characteristic of the childhood of man. It is thought by many to be naive at best. This perversion of the value of the Bible lies entirely with the translations. Instead of the Bible G-d must surely have inspired, the world has fallible translations full of meaningless phrases and discrepancies, well meriting criticism.
This book presents the Biblical account of G-d, Creation, the Universe, and Man based on the hidden Mosaic codes contained in the original Hebrew. Those who have knowledge of old Hebrew and its Biblical literature will realize that it is likely the first accurate translation they have seen. It will reveal the Bible in a dramatic, revolutionary and life-changing new light.