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The sine qua non for the Roman Exile links to Israel ostracizing G-d. Similar to Cain, and his venting anger at and frustration with G-d, by murdering his brother, Abel, Israel, post the destruction of the two temples in Jerusalem, vented its emotions by de facto telling G-d that they would steer the ship of state themselves and that His open involvement was no longer needed or wanted. G-d provided Israel the Diaspora to review what took place and to repent accordingly. Unfortunately, the religious leaderships intentionally denied highlighting the irrefutable hidden truths attesting to the need to repent. The author discloses those hidden truths, explains why they have been intentionally hidden and by whom, and affords the needed solution to the endless conflicts and wars aligned with man’s decision to teach future generations how to make wrong right and right wrong.
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May 18, 2009"Legacy" I found Joselph Ehrlich's Legacy to be enjoyable and easy reading. At the same time, his depth and understanding of the reasons behind the problems we are facing today is phenomenal. His explanations for the "legacy" of the descendents of Abraham, ring true. His gift as a story teller is unsurpassed.
Mar 29, 2009"Legacy by Joseph Ehrlich" This is a book full of wisdom, that shows us through the knowledge of the author, how world history has been affected by our willingness to forget G-d. The enemies of G-d and the Children of Abraham, thrive today on our ingratitude to Him and further deceive us by creating their endless schemes for war, economic chaos and domination. I thank the author for His Service. The lesson learned from this book is that ANY Good deed transcends. The Moabites will reap what they have sown and they will live what they deserve for Eternity. With G-d's Mercy, may we remember and Honor Him again, so that we and our posterity follow His Will into making this a better world.
Oct 31, 2008"Legacy: Long Hidden Truths Revealed" “The value of the written word is that it preserves for those that follow knowledge uniquely obtained from those of earlier times and generations.” So begins Legacy, by Joseph Ehrlich, a longtime geo-political analyst, whose prescient views of the world in which we live, are brought into sharp focus as he reveals truths, long minimized and distorted in the Torah, to guide the reader to right action. Legacy is dedicated to Rabbi Eliezer ben Hyrcanus, a martyr who stood against both the powerful Sanhedrin, and community leader Rabban Gamliel, who distorted the Torah in order to pursue evil, exiling God, which eventually led Israel to take up arms against Rome resulting in the Diaspora. Through the Book of Ruth, Ehrlich shows how the Moabites infiltrated Israel and how their existence today permeates both Israel and the United States, to our imminent peril. The truths he reveals, behind the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, the true... More > meaning behind the sparing of Lot’s life, and details and events concerning Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, all hidden from mankind, are stunning and have application to what is currently taking place in the world today. In Legacy, Ehrlich lays bare the Moabite agenda, detailing their carefully laid plans to destroy the United States, Israel and the Middle East. How often in daily life has a serious accident been prevented, a child lived who should have died, a disease that should have progressed, been stopped? In Legacy, Ehrlich demonstrates that God is around and about us, utilizing incidents in the life of Joseph and his family, to vividly make the point that when reality defies logic and probability, the reason for the reality, is because God exists and intervenes. Ehrlich’s premise is that when man faces adversity, he looks to God for help and intervention, and when God does intervene, man immediately acts as if the adversity never happened, abandoning God for earthly pleasures and evils. Ehrlich links the current situation in the world today to mankind’s abandonment of, and separation from, God, the result achieved when man places his faith in other men and in material wealth, rather than in Him. Ehrlich underscores that without God man is self-destructive, turning the planet into soot and ash, destroying the animals, the environment and his fellow man. However,Ehrlich is hopeful as well as truthful, explaining how man can move closer to God, to change future reality, to find peace and happiness, so that all of us can know and understand our true legacy.< Less
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- Joseph B. Ehrlich (Standard Copyright License)
- First Edition
- Sender, Berl & Sons Inc.
- November 10, 2008
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 0.45 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 6.14 wide x 9.21 tall
- Product ID
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