I happened to catch the opening 15 minutes on Jay Sekulow Live while I washing dishes tonight and he interviewed Daniel Levin about his new work of fiction, The Last Ember. With the hope of using a work of fiction to educate the reader about the many challenges related to antiquities in the Holy Land, this book delves into on-going attempts to “revise” history by destroying and removing antiquities and the difficulties with some of the shady practices that sometimes take place in regards to selling antiquities to museums and collectors. With an undergraduate degree in in Roman and Greek civilizations, a law degree from Harvard Law School, and experience clerking for the chief Justice of Israel’s Supreme Court, I’m hopeful that Daniel will be able to bring a unique and well informed perspective to this timely topic. While I don’t read a lot of fiction, this is one I wouldn’t mind picking up in the near future. You can learn more about Daniel Levin and The Last Ember at www.daniellevin.com.
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