The Isaac Question: Templars and the Secret of the Old Testament

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The Isaac Question: Templars and the Secret of the Old Testament

The Isaac Question Templars and the Secret of the Old Testament While rooting around in the mysterious stone chambers of New England historian Cameron Thorne stumbles upon a reinterpretation of the Biblical passage calling on Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac It

  • Title: The Isaac Question: Templars and the Secret of the Old Testament
  • Author: David Brody
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • While rooting around in the mysterious stone chambers of New England, historian Cameron Thorne stumbles upon a reinterpretation of the Biblical passage calling on Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac It is a revelation long suppressed by the medieval Knights Templar that threatens to destabilize the Middle East forever It is also a secret Cam wants nothing to do with NotWhile rooting around in the mysterious stone chambers of New England, historian Cameron Thorne stumbles upon a reinterpretation of the Biblical passage calling on Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac It is a revelation long suppressed by the medieval Knights Templar that threatens to destabilize the Middle East forever It is also a secret Cam wants nothing to do with Not that a rogue faction of puppeteering Freemasons gives a damn what Cam wants A stand alone novel in the Templars in America series.

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    One thought on “The Isaac Question: Templars and the Secret of the Old Testament

    1. Doug on said:

      These types of books are, for me, somewhat enjoyable to read but they leave me with a lot of unanswered questions as I tend to look at them more as factual than fiction. I think if I could remind myself of that in the beginning it might help in my overall enjoyment of books like this.The premise and plot lines are fine and the characters for the most part are believable, but everything feels a little loose like there is a lot of background missing that might have happened in another issue or so [...]

    2. Sheila Stanton on said:

      Questions after questions are asked but, what do you believe!!!Sometimes when we you read a book it makes you relax other times it makes you think. This is one of those books that makes you do both. It is a very good book. I recommend. It to anyone that likes a good story and makes them wonder !.

    3. Juliana on said:

      A Little Too ConvolutedI appreciate a mystery with twists and turns, but this book in the series was just too convoluted to be enjoyable.

    4. Marc Bahan on said:

      Not quite as good as the others, his masonic research is way off but I guess a necessary part of this type of conspiracy theory book. The biblical theories are thought provoking

    5. frank on said:

      Big FANAlthough reading this book was much more difficult than the rest of the series, I , as always, enjoy reading Brody. Intelligent, insightful, and almost disturbing. It is on the spot reading if you believe that our current understanding of history is not only wrong, but purposefully taught that way to hide the truth because it doesn't fit with current dogma.

    6. Warren on said:

      ChallengingOk, CIA, Mossad, Free Masons, ISIS, a little much, no? Raised some good questions, provided a few interesting possibilities. Not as much of a page Turner as the others.

    7. pamela boseman on said:

      EIsaac questionAmazing book. This answers a lot of questions I had about Abraham and the almost sacrifice of Isaacwow I always thought that thutmosis the third was Moses of the bible.

    8. Patricia on said:

      Enjoyed jumping back into the intrigues of the Templars, Freemasons and the compelling issue of Baphomet. The researcher Cameron Thorne and his fiancé Amanda are thrown into a mystery housed in Bible lore. Plot moves deftly and enjoyed the twists provided by Brody. Highly recommend it.

    9. Harry L Skinner on said:

      Good taleNeeds a little proof reading. Story line is great. Research into the theme of the story is impressive. Thanks to the author for sharing his writing skills.

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