Baker's Bible Atlas
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Baker's Bible Atlas  -     By: Charles F. Pfeiffer

Baker's Bible Atlas

Baker Books / 2003 / Hardcover

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Much of the Bible is a history of God's dealings with his people Israel. The events it records took place in a specific geographical environment that involved many people and places. So to more clearly understand the Bible, it's helpful to visualize how Israel interacted with her neighbors and was affected by geography. This atlas gives you the tools you need to reconstruct the scenes of history-full-color maps, illustrations, color photographs, a time line, and more. The concluding chapters trace the continuing history of Bible lands, emphasizing the work of modern archaeologists. An index and geographical gazetteer help you locate significant places of Bible times on modern and traditional maps.

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Title: Baker's Bible Atlas
By: Charles F. Pfeiffer
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 368
Vendor: Baker Books
Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds 2 ounces
ISBN: 0801012635
ISBN-13: 9780801012631
Stock No: WW012635

Publisher's Description

Baker's Bible Atlas gives readers a greater understanding of how geography influenced the history of Israel. It is organized to follow the scriptural narrative, making it especially convenient for Bible study or textbook use. The atlas includes full-color maps, illustrations, photographs, a time line, and a chapter on archeology's role in the continuing history of Bible lands. An index and Geographical Gazetteer enable readers to locate significant places of Bible times on modern and traditional maps.

Author Bio

The late Charles F. Pfeifferwas Professor of Ancient Literatures at Central Michigan University. He earned a Ph.D. at Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning and did postgraduate work at New York University and the University of Chicago.

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