The Copper Scroll

The Copper Scroll

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In 1956, it was announced that another Dead Sea Scroll had been found, unlike any before it, describing unimaginable treasures buried in the hills east of Jerusalem, and under the Holy City itself. Some scholars came to believe the Copper Scroll could be history's greatest treasure map, one that could lead to the discovery of the Second Temple treasures and the building of the Third Jewish Temple. But the scroll's code has never been broken, and experts from all sides warn that any effort to rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem would unleash a war of biblical proportions. Now, fifty years later, Saddam Hussein is gone, Yasser Arafat is dead, a new Iraq is rising. But so, too, is a new evil, and now White House advisors Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy find themselves facing a terrifying new threat triggered by an ancient mystery.--From publisher description.
Publisher: Carol Stream, Ill. : Tyndale House Publishers, c2006.
ISBN: 9781414303468
Characteristics: xi, 368 p. ; 24 cm.


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Apr 22, 2019

After Ezekiel Option

Jul 22, 2018

Pickup location is the Sisters branch. Thank you.

Apr 22, 2015

If you believe in Religion, a Supreme being, Biblical prophecy or world wide government deception? Read this book. Rosenberg wrote this book ten years ago. Writers intuition?

Jul 19, 2014

Fabulous book! There is a comment written on the back that everyone should read this book. I concur. This is among one of the most important historical fiction pieces in my opinion, ever written. The fact it has been written by a Jew will be utterly astounding to Christians.

Rosenberg writes about a time in history, artifacts of history that are so desperately vital to the ongoing political strife in the middle east. If you know nothing about the middle east, this is a great book to read. If you are very familiar with the middle east, this is a great book to read. Jews, Christians, Muslims... this is a great book to read. This should live the test of time to become one of the great classics.


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