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Publisher's Summary

The Bible as History, now thoroughly updated with the latest scientific and archaeological breakthroughs in biblical investigation.

Including:

  • Revolutionary new evidence that confirms some of the most monumental and controversial events in the Bible - including the destruction of Sodom and Gomorra
  • Recently deciphered texts from the ancient world that offer an intriguing look back at the origin of the Ten Commandments
  • An entirely new chapter revealing the extraordinary techniques that may soon prove the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin

The Bible as History will take you on a breathtaking journey to the heart of holy scripture as it pieces together one of the most stunning spiritual puzzles in the history of mankind.

©2017 BN Publishing (P)2017 BN Publishing

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  • John
  • New Orleans, LA, United States
  • 11-14-17

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There was a good deal of interesting material within this book but it was reached in a slow and meandering manner. Often he presented archaeological evidence as lining up with the Bible, and then at the end of the chapter would throw a curve ball, which would cast it all in doubt, this ultimately left me wondering when I could trust him or not, I suppose he presented things as true for a time for the sake of the journey.
The book does come from a secular perspective, the authors seems to presuppose that the supernatural didn't occur, and yet for from such a perspective, it is generous in that it thinks that sometimes there maybe some historical basis for the legends that arose.

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