Search for the Ark of the Covenant - Book

Search for the Ark of the Covenant - Book

Koinonia House Inc.

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The search for the Ark of the Covenant has been dramatized in movies and researched in documentaries over the years, capturing the imaginations of archaeologists and Christians the world over. Although the final resting place of the Ark is controversial, and clouded with confusion, explorer Bob Cornuke believes that the Ark of the Covenant was transported from ancient Israel and is in Ethiopia today.

As unusual as Ethiopia may sound, Cornuke has uncovered compelling evidence that the Ark may well have been spirited up the Nile River to an eventual resting place in the remote highlands of ancient Kush – modern Ethiopia. Cornuke travels to Axum, where today he believes the Ark is kept in absolute isolation at St. Mary of Zion Church by a man referred to as “The Guardian of the Ark of the Covenant.”

Now Bob, using all of his training and skills as a police investigator, takes you along for a first-hand account of his journey. Join this modern-day Indiana Jones on his adventure to Ethiopia, Egypt, Israel, and Rome where Bob will uncover evidence that very well may reveal where the Ark of the Covenant is today.

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Bob Cornuke

Bob Cornuke

Bob Cornuke is a Biblical investigator, international explorer and author of nine books. He has participated in over Sixty expeditions around the world searching for lost locations described in the Bible. Bob has appeared on National Geographic Channel, CBS, NBC’s Dateline, Good Morning America, CNN, MSNBC, Fox, ABC, History Channel and Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Bob was the President of the Bible Archaeology Search and Exploration (BASE) Institute and is now Lead Research Specialist at Koinonia House. He also serves as special advisor for the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools and was invited by the President’s staff to conduct a Bible study for White House personnel.

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