Decoding Moses : In the Genesis
This treatise is an apology of the book of Genesis and Moses. To the creation account, it advances the necessary mystical details that had not been revealed until now. In those details are provided substantial data that help to place the message related in the story into clearer perspective, in the sense that, they bring to the content, light, to make the foundation of the story both visible and appreciable. The words used by Moses to format the message, which Moses had meant to address especially to men living in our times, are accorded to their sound interpretations in perspective and context of their specific aims. And here, the Genesis account has been dissected and exposed, so that it needs not sound like a simply mysterious tale, limiting it to the ranks of a fable writer's fantastic work. This book, Decoding Moses: In the Genesis, has brought a firm footing to the philosophic element of the creation account; and the scientific component has found solid standing ground. In its three parts division, the book drives many points that qualify as information concerning man at various levels of his development. The Beginning Principles make points that can lead to understanding of self, in the sense that, they provide the necessary basics of details relating to man's essential "being" question: who am I? In the Intermediate Principles the primal source of man's very existence comes to view under marked clarity, so that man may be better able to search into his second essential question: where did I come from? Knowledge of each of these sets of principles brings vital utility to man's necessary evolution. In the third analysis, the study of the Advanced Principles, the operation of the realm of the prince of the air is delineated as a real and active system working in the affairs of man within the framework of specifically formulated universal natural laws. Moreover, it should be quite evident that all past attempts at describing the man Moses in a biography had fallen outside of the parameters of probability. That is, until now! In Decoding Moses in the Genesis, the life of Moses, the man, is delineated with clear and precise details, from his birth through the various stages of his ultimately turbulent life. The dates of his birth, of his first exit from Egypt, of his return to face the pharaoh, and of the exodus, are all given with as near-exactitude as any other known event of the times. The book challenges the previous stories that saw Moses in Egypt under pharaohs Seti and Ramses II as incorrect. The correct name of the princess who rescued the boy from the Nile, and the family composition of the courts in which Moses was bred are disclosed. The adventures of Abraham, Joseph and Jacob and the Israelites between Canaan and Egypt are put under proper light for what they were appointed to signify for humanity of all times. Cain and posterity, Abel, Seth and posterity, Noah, Nimrod, Assur, Babel; what did Moses really mean to convey in all those word-names? This book is full of suspense. The content is very informative for anyone who is interested in acquiring knowledge that, in general, edifies the person. You will get good value for your interest in it. This is a book that all pastors of any rank should possess near to them. It contains a profound wealth of revelations that every human being needs to know to fortify his or her own potential for inner growth.
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 152 x 229 x 12mm | 304g
- 04 Apr 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About David N Malary
About the Author The author was born in Haiti, in the town of Maissade. He is issued of a Pentecostal pastor who pioneered implantation of the denomination in this Central Plateau province, and a daughter of well-to-do peasant farmers. His early school days were spent, first, under influence of American missionaries, and later, he was received by German professors who brought him up under their tutelage in quasi-unconventional arrangements, and taught him the rudiments of Philosophy and the Social Sciences. In the wake of the ominous winds that heralded the fall of Baby Doc, the formation program closed and David exited to New York towards mid-nineteen eighties. After a brief sojourn in the United States, he returned to Haiti in 1990 in a short-lived attempt to regain some status in his country. He pursued to obtain degrees in Theology and Law, but all along has maintained the constancy of one involved in independent research into questions of philosophical concerns. Since early 2000, he has shared his domicile between the two countries, and since 2005 has been militating in the Caribbean District as a missionary instructor for an US-based Christian ministry organization and professor of English, Theology and Social Science.