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The Copper Scroll

The Copper Scroll On June the New York Times broke a story that captured the imagination of the world Another Dead Sea Scroll had been found describing unimaginable treasures buried in the hills east of Jerus

  • Title: The Copper Scroll
  • Author: Joel C. Rosenberg
  • ISBN: 9781414303475
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • On June 1, 1956, the New York Times broke a story that captured the imagination of the world Another Dead Sea Scroll had been found, describing unimaginable treasures buried in the hills east of Jerusalem and under the holy city itself But the scroll s code had to be broken, and experts from all sides warned that any effort by Israel to rebuild the Temple with the treasuOn June 1, 1956, the New York Times broke a story that captured the imagination of the world Another Dead Sea Scroll had been found, describing unimaginable treasures buried in the hills east of Jerusalem and under the holy city itself But the scroll s code had to be broken, and experts from all sides warned that any effort by Israel to rebuild the Temple with the treasure would undoubtedly trigger a war of biblical proportions.Fifty years later, the world is about to be shocked again New York Times best selling author Joel C Rosenberg takes you on his most exciting and heart pounding ride yet as a new democratic Iraq rises, so, too, a new evil, and White House advisors Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy find themselves facing a terrifying threat triggered by an ancient mystery Rosenberg has become one of the most entertaining and thought provoking novelists of our day Regardless of your political views, you ve got to read this stuff Rush Limbaugh, New York Times best selling author

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    1. Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy are finally married, but during their ceremony, a suicide bomber attacks a famous hotel in Washington DC, killing two prominent archaeologists. Several other archaeologists have also died mysteriously over the past few months. While on their honeymoon in the picturesque city of Ronda, Spain, their close friend and surrogate father, Eli Mordechai is ambushed in Israel and tells them what the archaeologists seek. Meanwhile, Iraq's moderate new president is trying to buil [...]

    2. Utterly captivating novel! Wow. This one is a real page turner. When you think about the implications of the story, it gets you thinking even more.I shall be reading more by this author.

    3. "The Kingdom of Heaven is like a treasure buried in a field"I loved this book. This was my first book by Joel Rosenberg. I receive his blog on my email almost daily, and I have seen his testimony on video, but I had not read any of his novels before The Copper Scroll. I read it out of order--I believe there are two or three in the series ahead of it which I will go back now and read. Having said that, the story is easy enough to follow that reading the books out of order is not a problem.I was d [...]

    4. This continues the series started by The Last Jihad. I recommend that you read the previous works before you tackle this volume. This story in only 13 days long, and is continually a thriller from beginning to ending.

    5. The Copper Scroll is the latest installment of the Last Jihad series by of fiction thrillers by Joel C. Rosenberg.Joel Rosenberg first came to national attention by writing the first book in the series, The Last Jihad, about a terrorist attach by hijacking an airliner and flying a kamikaze attack against the United States. Not to impressive unless you realize the book was written nine months prior to 9/11. Not unlike author Dan Brown, Joel Rosenberg writes from a foundation of research and fact [...]

    6. This book might be proof that I'll read about anything with words. In a desperate need for a novel to commute by, and my hold wasn't in, I picked this up. It wasn't until I was loading the discs into the changer that I realized it had an endorsement by Rush Limbaugh and I almost took it back to the library. For the most part I am glad that I didn't. The Copper Scroll delivers a similar roller-coaster ride that Dan Brown's books do along side a heavy dose of conservative Christian values. After a [...]

    7. This book has been falsely rated on . If you research the "ratings" you will see in 6 years since publication on 22 REAL reviews were registered. The remainder are completely auto-generated to increase the ranking of this horrible book. Over the years I have just started using gr for all of my book choices. Why? The ratings are accurate. If it's less than a 3.5, it probably stinks. If it's greater than a 3.8, it most always is well written, solid plot and a real page-turner. I'm not sure HOW thi [...]

    8. I can't say enough about this author, he's insightful and really understands the middle east and his story telling is fast paced and action packed. It's a white-nuckle ride from cover to cover.Unfortunately, I started his books out of order. They all have the same charecters and follow a chronological order so it helps to read them in order. The Last Jihad (currently reading)is the first of the series and was written before 9/11, but includes in the story line the bombing of the USA by terrorist [...]

    9. One of Rosenberg's better novels.The Copper Scroll takes place after the War of Mog and Magog which is referenced in Ezekiel 38-39 and is set in a world where Israel's enemies have been destroyed, such as Russia and many of the Middle Eastern countries. The plot relations to modern times and potentially future events were interesting items to consider especially a rebuilt Iraq and its rise to power and attempt to consolidate the Middle East into a Super Power. The differences between Europe and [...]

    10. This book was the fourth in the series. The premise is based around the copper scroll discovered in the 1960's. Until this book, I had never heard of such a thing - the dead sea scrolls, but not this one. It is based around the treasure hunt of the riches described in this scroll and ends with them finding it and the arc of the covenant. The author has a good command of the old testament and of biblical prophesies, and again does not end up being another "left behind" knockoff, even though the w [...]

    11. In 1956, another Dead Sea scroll was found telling of unimaginable wealth buried near Jerusalem, but no one has yet deciphered it. Now, radical Islam has been defeated and Israel is being pressured to rebuild on the Temple of the Mount, but democratic Arab nations are banding together to stop them. Is this the beginning of the end of days? Sequel to The Ezekiel Option, but doesn't have to be read in order. Frighteningly realistic scenes mirror current Middle East problems. Highly recommend.

    12. The Copper Scroll is the fourth book in Joel Rosenberg's series on the events of the last days. I haven't read the first three, but I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was by turns exciting and disturbing. Exciting because it was well written and researched, and disturbing because it is so plausible that it could very well be a possible scenario for the "beginning of the end". I look forward to reading the rest of the books in this series.

    13. I would recommend this reading for those who are neophytes of the Jewish /Islamic / Christian conflicts and faith, it opens your ryes and heart to the world of faith and the deep rooted struggle between these spiritual postures. I pursued the international espionage and conflict adventure, only to be absorbed by the tantalizing faith! If you like intrigue and good documentary of the archeological aspects of religions, this one is thrilling!

    14. What an amazingly intriguing book. It involved all emotions. The plot was fast paced and mysterious. Biblical prophecy included in the twists and turns of adventure. Excellent book! I plan to read more of this author.

    15. Well, this is the 4th book in the seriesd I still really like them. It's getting much more apocalyptical. (Is that a word?).is one is aimed at the building of the third Temple. But it's a crazy pacert of like the Bourne Conspiracy. No falling asleep reading this one.

    16. I started "The Copper Scroll" right after finishing "The Ezekiel Option" - and read it in 24 hours! I highly recommend this series for those who are eager to see what's just on the horizon of world eventsrough the lens of Biblical Truth.

    17. This was especially interesting since I have been to Qumran and Jerusalem so it was interesting to visualize the settings in this books. Keep reading to the last book. One of the best series I've ever come across.

    18. What can I say, not only did I like it, I stole the "copper scroll" idea for use in The Diaries of Pontius Pilate !

    19. As with his other novels it holds your attention and the suspense is great. The scripture quotes were accurate and well placed throughout the novel.

    20. Standard excellence as in all of Rosenberg's books. My only criticism was that he was a bit free in his use of the deus ex machina.

    21. Your reaction to the book will largely depend on your acceptance of the underlying premise. Ignoring the premise, this is a competent, engaging thriller -- with the exception of the occasional glimpse into the machinations of the bad guys, who seem to be written in a different, less thoughtful style as if they were tacked on after the book was finished.The premise itself has two problems. The one is the obvious, heavy protestant-style Christian theme. It's not so much that the characters themsel [...]

    22. Joel C. Rosenberg makes a little-known scroll from the Dead Sea Scroll collection the centerpiece of one of his many political thriller novels. Set in Jerusalem, the protagonist is a White House adviser drawn into a race to locate the Silver Scroll, a complimentary text to the Copper Scroll. Rosenberg targets an audience interested in Christian eschatology and how it pertains to modern Israel. I am that audience and I also write for that audience. Rosenberg made this subject accessible to every [...]

    23. I'm really thankful that I decided to read Rosenberg's books! And this novel is another one to be thankful about. The Copper Scroll is a fictional account of searching for the treasures of Solomon's temple, but it's based on the Scriptures and the recently discovered copper scroll. Rosenberg has cleverly crafted this intense novel, with very real characters. But what left a mark on me was its message: that Jesus--not money, power and fame--is the greatest treasure I couldn't afford not to have.P [...]

    24. On June 1, 1956, the New York Times broke a story that captured the imagination of the world. Another Dead Sea Scroll had been found, describing unimaginable treasures buried in the hills east of Jerusalem and under the holy city itself. But the scroll's code had to be broken, and experts from all sides warned that any effort by Israel to rebuild the Temple with the treasure would undoubtedly trigger a war of biblical proportions.

    25. Awesome mix of bible history & fast paced political thriller Awesome mix of bible history & fast paced political thriller. Strongly recommend reading this book. I couldn't put it down.

    26. Zie eerdere reviews voor de boeken uit deze serie. Lezenswaardig, maar naarmate de boeken verdergaan in de tijd wordt het eea wel wat ongeloofwaardiger.

    27. This was an interesting book. Normally I love religious thrillers, but this on came across as too aggressively Christian to me.

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