With this deal comes a risk. There’s really no escape: Life is pockmarked with risks. There is the risk one must accept; then there is the risk one can afford to take, which might not be a risk at all. The risk one cannot afford to take just might be the very risk one needs to take. Then there is the risk one cannot afford not to take. Shaddup with the risks already.
Now take our offer. Please!
Our philosophy is twofold:
First, with knowledge you will never be lost. We’re talking about a knowledge that is available to anyone. It is not secret, hidden, or reserved for the scholarly elite, PhDs, card-carrying MENSAs, a supposedly higher evolved being, a tzaddik (holy man), or guru. This knowledge is revealed to the one willing to see. When reading a book, we might come come face to face with something we don’t want to see. So we avoid a book in the way we might avoid a full-length mirror or a bathroom scale.
Second, we cherish our autonomy and privacy; likewise, we value yours! So this deal comes to you with our assurance: No strings. No spam; no lists; no hassle; no kidding. You will not end up on a mass mailing or email distribution list; you will not be solicited, appealed to, guilt tripped, or told to call an 800 number where operators are standing by. No pay-up-pal, no Shlak-Bay. Nothing. You will not be hit up, cajoled, or arm twisted. Humored? Mebbe. Irritated? Most likely. If you want to shmooz, hokay. Hit the “Bite Back” button and start talking. We can yada yada yada all you like, but we’re not really interested in wasting your time. Or ours.
Hope for the Highway (a “biker’s” New Testament that fits right in your leather pocket)
A Contemporary Bible or NT in either the NIV or NLT
The Jewish New Testament produced by Dr. David H. Stern (English)
Parallel universes? Aka bilingual New Testaments
Specify the second language:
Click here for an important Scripture passage in Yiddish.
Rabbi Isaac Lichtenstein (1824-1909), in anger, once threw a New Testament across a room where it fell behind a bookshelf. Thirty years later he found it, his curiosity got the better of him, and he began to read it:
Mortimer Adler (see http://radicalacademy.com/adlerdirectory.htm), in his later years, became a believer in Jesus the Messiah. Noted Adler, “What’s the point of revelation if we could figure it out ourselves? If it were wholly comprehensible, then it would be just another philosophy.”
Prayer: What C.S. Lewis
saw in an ordinary room.
Ugotchutzpah does not talk for the sake of talking. This deal does come with a risk. This is not just any book. Reading the Good Book just might make you live your life for a change. Eternal life: halevai ahf dir. It should happen to you!
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