Ellen Kamhi PhD RN, interviews Timothy Smith, author of The Chamberlain Key.
Timothy P. Smith is a noted appraiser and conservator of artifacts and antiquities. He is president of Timothy Smith & Sons , specializing in antiques and fine arts. Smith is the fourth generation of one of North America’s most noted conservation and preservation families. Family projects include the construction of the Jefferson Memorial, The National Gallery of Art and The Carter Rock Naval Test Center. Among Smith’s clients are a former president, former United States senators and military leaders.
In The Chamberlain Key Mr. Smith investigates and brings to light, empirical evidence that the oldest Hebrew biblical texts are vastly more multifaceted and extraordinary than previously understood. His research methodology and conclusions have been reviewed by scientists and scholars such as Dr. Robert Jahn, dean emeritus of engineering at Princeton University and Dr. Eugene Ulrich, chief editor of the Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls and professor of Hebrew Scripture and Theology at University of Notre Dame.
To listen to the interview, click the player below. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestion, please use the comment section under this post or contact Ellen Kamhi here.