Our Authors (for books click on each name)
Michael Shelomo Bar-Ron is an ordained rabbi and publishing Torah scholar. He is currently based in Israel at his Torah center, Ohel Moshe, in Ramat Beit Shemesh, where he continues to study, teach and write.
Michael Dallen, an attorney and writer, is a co-founder of The First Covenant Foundation and serves on its Board of Trustees. He lives in Detroit.
Paul Eidelberg (Ph.D. University of Chicago) is an internationally renowned political scientist. He is the author of ten books on American and Jewish statesmanship, the Israel-Arab conflict, and Jewish philosophy. He is the co-founder and president of the Israel-America Renaissance Institute. Professor Eidelberg now lives in Jerusalem.
An inscription on a mysterious Copper Scroll, found in the Qumran caves in Israel,led Professor Vendyl Jones on a life-long quest to locate sacred treasures from the Temple of Solomon. Vendyl’s biography is colorful and amazing and too long to expound on here. He held dual citizenship in both Israel and America. Before his mission was accomplished, Jones died from throat cancer on December 27, 2010. His funeral took place in Grandview, Texas, but he was buried in Migdal, Israel.
Rabbi Yaakov HaKohen Kleiman is a lecturer at Aish HaTorah, Jerusalem, specializing in Temple studies. He is co-director with Rabbi Nachman Kahana, of the Center For Kohanim.
James Long combines his love of archaeology and Biblical study with writing and film-making. Long and his wife, Carol, were married on a 1995 dig in Israel, at the Cave of the Column on the shores of the Dead Sea. They later founded Lightcatcher: (Lightcatcher Books and Lightcatcher Productions.)
Isaac Mozeson has written seven previous books, including a dictionary of slang,poetry, and a Jewish history text. Mozeson had been teaching English and Judaica at NYC area colleges. In1997, with a life-threatening heat stroke in the Galilee Mozeson’s discoveries were nearly buried with him. Because of his disability, including 8 years with a voice that could hardly be understood,he gives his time to work on Edenics. He now lives in Jerusalem, Israel. His teaching experience before his stroke included Bramson ORT, Lehman College, New York University, Stern and Yeshiva College. He has 2 websites with different items: Edenics.org and Edenics.net
Eugene Narrett 1948 - 2013
Eugene Narrett earned his BA, MA and PhD at Columbia University. He is the author of five books on cultural history, geopolitics and the relation of Israel and Judaism to Western civilization. His website and blogs can be found at Israel Endtimes. Eugene Narrett – professor, writer, painter, commentator and strong advocate for Israel and the Jewish People – died tragically December 6, 2013 after being struck by a hit-and-run driver in Brattleboro, Vermont. Eugene was a pedestrian, having just visited an art gallery a short distance away. It was three weeks short of his 65th birthday.
Wayne Simpson is the director of the Biblical Research Foundation. As an independent student of the Bible, he has become heavily involved with research concerning obscure ancient histories which link Biblical personalities with the early nations that long ago disappeared from the radar screen of modern historians.
Rabbi Tovia Singer is widely regarded as one of the world's leading experts on Jewish evangelism, and his fascinating and inspiring book answers the age-old, nagging question, "Why Don't Jews Believe in Jesus?" He is the founder of Outreach Judaism.