The Bible, The Power of the Word by Asher Elkayam

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"THE POWER OF THE WORD IN THE BIBLE IS A GIGANTIC PROJECT DESIGNED TO EXAMINE EVERY SINGLE WORD IN THE PENTATEUCH AND FIND ADDITIONAL MEANING BETWEEN THE LINES. HAS ANYONE WONDERED WHO MADE THE FIRST POWERFUL SPEECH IN THE BIBLE. WHO WAS THE FIRST BUSINESSMAN AND WHAT DID GOD SAY THE 6TH DAY THAT HE DID NOT SAY ON THE FIRST DAY OF CREATION. WHAT WAS THE MEANING OF THE TRIBES AND WHAT DID THEIR NAMES MEAN? IS THE BIBLE A FAIRY TALE STORY OR A SOLID WAY TO MAKE HUMANKIND THINK ABOUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS TO THINK ABOUT IN LIFE?
ASHER ELKAYAM WENT THROUGH EVERY SINGLE WORD IN THE ORIGINAL BIBLE AND DISCOVERED FOR ALL OF US READERS AMAZING FACTS IN THE BIBLE THE AVERAGE READER MAY HAVE NEVER THOUGHT ABOUT.
THIS BOOK WILL TAKE YOU THROUGH A FASCINATING EXPERIENCE AND A MAGIC JOURNEY.
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About Asher Elkayam

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Asher Elkayam was born in Morocco where he spent his childhood and where he studied Arabic, Hebrew and French. When he moved to Israel, he was exposed to Middle Eastern and Hebrew cultures. Asher has been most fascinated with Monotheism and how it originated and spread to become the heritage of Jews, Christians, and Moslems. The striking similarities between Judeo-Christian religions and Islam became the object of a life-long project. After he studied Arabic and Hebrew studies in morocco and Israel, Asher traveled to France to study Political Science and international relations in Paris and Strasbourg (Institut d'Etudes Politiques). Mr. Elkayam has previously authored a book on the bible (The Bible, The Power of the Word) and is in process of publishing a new book (One Family, Four Cultures, Four Continents) about his childhood in Morocco and in Israel. Having lived among Moslem and Arab neighbors most of his adult life he became interested in the Islamic way of life and began concentrating on the positive nature of Islam. Asher speaks fluently the Moroccan Arabic dialect. He is also fluent in the French and the Hebrew languages. In the U.S.A., Mr. Elkayam has studied and obtained diplomas in secondary education and Audioprosthology (separately). He taught Hebrew and French and he has been an active member of a conservative Hebrew congregation for nearly 35 years. Mr. Elkayam believes wholeheartedly in a constructive dialogue and friendly coexistence and interaction between Judaism, Islam, and Christianity.
 
Published May 19, 2008 by Xlibris. 278 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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