The traditional construction of the ancient Israelite Tabernacle-Tent of Exodus 26 is most often presented in the shape of a typical rectangle. However, one mechanical engineer and believer in Yeshua has taken a deep dive into that assumption and has mathematically challenged the idea from the Hebrew texts of the Torah. His meticulous research strongly suggests that it was never like a typical “shoebox” but rather more like a tent dome or circle built according to the mathematical ratio of PI-314. We will find out why he thinks this way and why this pattern is so important if we want to accurately relate to the Torah and the eternal Word of Messiah. This is Part 2 of a two-part series.
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Current Residence: Seaside community near Perth in Western Australia. Status: Married to Suzanne (Shoshana). Family: Daughter and Four Grandies (Seattle). Son (IDF, deceased 2009). Saba (Grandfather) to Emilia (daughter to Suzanne's adult son and wife) "Avi" to Suzanne's two adult sons and their partners. Israel: Lived in Jerusalem, Afula, and Tiberias 2003-2016. Work: Israeli State Licensed Tour Guide, On-air Radio News, Broadcast Journalism, Radio Talk Show Host and Commercial Production. Special Interests: Single-Engine Land Private Pilot (VFR). Photography and Videography. Reading and Studying Biblical History and Biblical Archaeology. Film, Video, and Audio Production. Other Special Interests: Enjoys the warm summers and clean white-sand beaches of Western Australia. Enjoys country bicycle rides and nature walks with Suzanne. Enjoys good movies from time to time and reading up on biblical archaeology, science, and ADHD-related issues. Enjoys backyard gardening, growing and eating blueberries, and studying scripture with great long discussions with Suzanne. Enjoys family pizza parties. Enjoys news and lively politics.
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