David presents a comprehensive overview of the entire Hebrew Bible – once again delivered using his unique three-dimensional presentation. Each book is placed in its historical context and its major themes explored, with an emphasis on the transition from the mythology of ancient Israel to the objective reality of Jewish History. Audiences are literally able to see where King Solomon existed historically in relation to Samson and Delilah, Ezekiel or Moses, while also learning some of the key ideas that emerged from the world’s most influential text.
Like The Whole of Jewish History in One Hour, this is a three-dimensional lecture. However, The Whole of the Hebrew Bible in One Hour only requires paper to be stuck to the first wall and a half, joined at the corner (like an ‘L’ shape). The audience would ideally be seated theatre-style, in such a way that would allow them to turn their chairs – as David moves from wall to wall during the delivery of his lecture – and should begin the talk facing the wall which is fully papered. Please note that an organisation which books David to give this talk will need to provide a roll of paper with an amount that totals the length of one and a half and which is approximately one metre wide and preferably white in colour as this is clearer for audiences (as well as tape and scissors etc). This talk works best for audiences sized between 70 and 200 people.
It is advisable to allow 90 minutes for all ‘one hour’ talks.