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“The Biblical Clock by Daniel Friedmann and Dania Sheldon “dealt with an important, confusion, interesting and disputable subject. An eternally controversial subject between science people and God Believers, Both teams defend his point of view aggressively. Apparently, no agreement, or close to, can be reached in current situation and circumstances. The gap is huge, Science talks about billions of years when the universe was first found, while scriptures just mentioned thousands of years. No one is trying to look at it from a harmonizing or synchronizational perspective. Daniel Friedmann and Dania Sheldon had done. They define and trace the most valuable documents and writings, which include studies of the creation days and cycle in the scriptures compared them to science findings through tests and measurements. Amazing results were found. Depending on that, a scenario of end days was created from author point of view only.
The book was written and edited professionally from the first page to the end of Glossary. The introduction was perfect. It gave the enthusiasm and energy to start reading, wishing to get the answer to this big question; can I finally see the synchronization and know when the ends days will come? The authors used perfect literary wording and sentences; also, they presented the historical events and characters in a storytelling style, which was entertaining.
Everyone should concern about reading this book. It is based religiously on Jewish Believes and their transcription of the bible. Other religions believers –maybe- can find it hard at the beginning to continue reading. This is a Jewish religious book. I am not Jewish, why should I read this? However, moving on with the books pages, you can realize that the religious fact the book dealt with regarding the six days of creation is common between the major Gods believe religions. To better understanding and enjoying the subject, the book should be read with open minded, non-biased perspective.
When reading “The Biblical Clock by Daniel Friedmann and Dania Sheldon “, based on the complexity of the subject, the book professional language and the historical events and character related to Jewish history and places , it is recommended to read carefully, slowly, using the glossary very well and take the time to digest the ideas and numbers.
I rate this book as 4 out of 4. It is perfectly edited. The subject is interesting and was handled well through the book. At the end, a satisfying conclusion was met.
The Biblical Clock
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