May 01, 1998 05:07 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
Jaqtarin Triele <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>I just discovered that there may have been a
>sword used by the Hebrews (although I am not sure of the time period)
>called "The Hand of God." Apparently, one side of the primary blade
>was hammered as to create a whistling-type noise on the backswing.
>The sound it made was referred to as "The Voice of God." I am not
>sure if the source is accurate, (as it is hearsay, quoted by a friend
>from a text I have never seen), but I was curious if anyone on this
>list has come across this info. I haven't flipped through the Bible
>yet, but I'm wondering if the hand and voice of god was ever a
>reference to this weapon...
I did a complete OT Bible check. Nothing at all relevant to be found.
Same with carrots.
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