An Indispensable Tool for the Understanding of the Hidden Meaning of Scriptures For more than 2000 years, over 3300 Hebrew and/or Ancient Greek words in the Bible remained not translated. By providing the translation and often the symbolic meaning of the "missing" words, the author gives us the opportunity to finally understand the real meaning of the teaching of Moses, the Prophets, Jesus and the Evangelists. The Method of Application shows us how. Some 5 STAR reviews of the Dictionary transcribed from Smashwords: I never read the bible back-to-back but, as of today, I strongly suspect, I’m going to do it: one chapter at-a-time. After only the first 50 pages of the Dictionary of Biblical Symbolism, I already know that this book is an absolute eye-opener. You won’t believe it till you try it! (Marvin D. Clark, Montreal, CA) 3300 words not translated? It seems someone wanted to keep us in the dark! It must have taken the author years to produce this document. I never suspected the Bible holds so many secrets: Pearls before swine...? For most of us who never made the effort to do the research ourselves, you saved years of work. Using your Dictionary of Biblical Symbolism (I've just begun) is like unraveling a story, full of suspense and mystery. Fascinating! (Hanna RC, Canada) Even the first 30% make it abundantly clear that this is not an easy book to peruse. Apparently the more effort you put into the Application, the more you benefit. I’m going to do one chapter per week and, who knows, perhaps, one day, this book, the Dictionary, will set me free. Until today, I’ve been an avid reader of Mr. K’s fiction. Now, I’m a convert. I suspect his non-fiction will be packed with equal depth of metaphysical suspense. Imagine my surprise when I’ve learned that the author developed his philosophy in a number of books, before he started writing fiction. Wish more writers would do that! Thanks again, Mr. Kapuscinski and… Mr. Stan I.S. Law! (Adam Kerry, Canada)
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Published June 11, 2011
Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference.