Douglas A. Wheeler, Ph.D., Th.D.
This book should be read, reread, and studied. What is contained within has the potential to change lives. From the discussion of the Ladder to the Spirit of Edom, page after page of The Besorah According to Covid -19 hits you with a new wave of revelation that waters the spirit and makes deep understanding possible. Sometimes that wave is gentle, soft, and picturesque; while at other times it hits you like a tsunami causing the destruction of old nonbiblical ideas, forcing you to rebuild upon the solid ground of the Torah. This book will inspire you, stir you, challenge you, change you. It may even make you angry for a moment or two. Even those places will call you back as though by the Spirit encouraging you to reevaluate your thinking, your belief system, and even your theology. You cannot read this book and not be changed. It is my hope that you get spiritually and emotionally involved with the book. It is my belief that by the time you reach the end of this book, you too will stand and shout, “Arise, shine, for your light has come.”