Item description for Nehushtan by William Worley...
Overview In the Old Testament, the Hebrew people became plagued by fiery serpents, so that in only a few days, many people died. When the Hebrews cried out to God for help, Moses was instructed by the Lord to make an image of a fiery serpent out of brass. He then affixed it to the top of a pole, so that whenever a person who had been bitten by the serpents looked upon the brass image, they would be healed.There is reference to the brass serpent in the Old Testament and a passing reference to it in the New Testament, but nobody knows where it is now or if it exists today. Its a bit like the search for the Ark of the Covenant.In Nehushtan, author William Worley spins an incredible tale of discovery following a legend that exists among certain ancient peoples concerning the brass serpent. Is the brass serpent on a pole, known as Nehushtan still here, and is it being kept in a particular place to defend the world against a future catastrophic outbreak?
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William Worley is a math teacher and currently a university math tutor. He also serves as a Methodist local preacher, accredited since 1962, preaching in the U.K, Jamaica, and in New Zealand. He is married with 5 children and 5 grandchildren and lives in Christchurch, New Zealand