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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
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Wow your friends with the most unbelievable, the most outrageous, and the littlest-known facts about the Bible!
Ever feel like you don't know much about people, places, and other hard facts of the Bible? Well, help is here, dear friend. T.J. McTavish, knower of many things, is back with A Biblical Miscellany-and it includes everything you need to know to stump even your local religious scholar.
A Biblical Miscellany covers such topics as:
- Famous (and not so famous) shepherds
- The "Cursing" Psalms-What use are they?
- Infamous infidelities
- Least Popular biblical names
Using both wit and candor, McTavish informs as well as entertains, leading you down a path of enlightenment-or at least of trivial revelation-and doling out tidbits on the Bible along the way.
Claude Carlson4 Stars Out Of 5January 22, 2009Claude CarlsonI found this little book to be fascinating and also useful in general conversation.