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Carta's New Century Handbook and Atlas of the Bible presents the reader with a review of the ancient world, from the Fourth Millennium BCE up through the Bar Kochba Revolt of 132-135 CE. This Bible atlas provides a detailed backdrop to the Holy Scriptures and sheds light on all the major empires and salient events which are necessary in order to understand the biblical world. A masterpiece of scholarship, Carta's New Century Handbook and Atlas of the Bible is a concise version of Carta’s more extensive The Sacred Bridge.
Number of Pages: 280
Vendor: Carta Jerusalem
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 12.00 X 9.00 (inches)|
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This concise version will augment the personal Bible study of all who seek a straightforward understanding of biblical history. Nevertheless, the reader will still have the sense that sacred history came about in a real world, a realm illumined by a multitude of discoveries and studies during the past two hundred years. Furthermore, the geographical dimension of the Bible accounts is being thoroughly presented. Every Bible student may thus put himself in the ancient reality and feel the events as they were experienced by the ancient Israelites and their neighbors.
This new historical handbook and atlas will enrich the Bible reading experience of a wide audience for whom the Sacred Canon enjoys special significance in their lives.
Anson F. Rainey, Th.M., Ph.D., is emeritus professor of Ancient Near Eastern Cultures and Semitic Linguistics and adjunct professor of Historical Geography at Bar Ilan University and the American Institute for Holy Land Studies.
R. Steven Notley, Ph.D., is professor of Biblical Studies at the New York City campus of Nyack College and former chairman of the Department of New Testament Studies at the American Institute for Holy Land Studies.