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The Illustrated Guide to Bible Customs and Curiosities: More Than 750 Entries on Why They Did What They Did
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Why did biblical people wash each other's feet? What was wrong with Leah's "tender eyes"? Where exactly was Jesus crucified? Organized from Genesis to Revelation, Knight's illustrated guide features more than 750 concise entries that explain seemingly odd practices and behaviors appearing in Scripture. An informative and entertaining resource for everybody who studies God's Word!
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 6.50 X 4.38 (inches)|
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The Barbour Bible Reference Companion: An All-in-One Resource for Everyday Bible StudyGeorge W. Knight, Rayburn W. RayBarbour Publishing / 2014 / Trade Paperback$14.99 Retail:
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Why did Bible people wash each others feet? What was wrong with Leahs "tender eyes"? Why were the Israelites forbidden to boil a young goat in its mothers milk? What did Jesus mean about His "yoke" being "easy"? Where exactly was Jesus crucified? Find answers to these questions and many more in The Illustrated Guide to Bible Customs and Curiosities. More than 750 clear, concise entries are included, covering every book of the Bible in order. Full-color illustrations enhance the text, making The Illustrated Guide to Bible Customs and Curiosities both informative and entertaining.
George W. Knight developed Barbour's Layman's Bible Dictionary in 1997, spawning a series that has sold more than one million books. He is a former Bible reference editor with a major Christian publisher.
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