By James D. Long
The Jewish Sages train that the bloody legacy of Esau/Edom spawned the Roman Empire, nurtured the principles of Europe and fuels a rampant consumerism that also drives the fashionable Western international.
James Donald lengthy unearths the strong forces that inspired Esau and Jacob to take very divergent paths. lengthy additionally lines little-known geographical and ancestral milestones that hyperlink Esau/Edom on to the founding of the Roman Empire.
He additionally discusses at size, the usually maligned and misunderstood method of sacrificial offerings.
Long is additionally the writer of Riddle of the Exodus:Startling Parallels among historical Jewish resources & the Egyptian Archaeological Record
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