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Number of Pages: 96
Publication Date: 2007
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Amazing Discoveries That Unlock the Bible A Visual Bible ExperienceDouglas ConnellyZondervan / 2007 / Hardcover$10.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews Video
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Painting Revelation: A Visual Exploration of the Last Book of the Bible--DVD CurriculumDebby TopliffFirefly Life / 2006 / DVD$4.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 13 Reviews
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Where was the garden of Eden? What happened to the ark of the covenant? What is the unforgivable sin Jesus spoke of? If youve ever wondered about these or other questions while reading the Bible, then this is the book for you. Here is a fascinating look at some of the most perplexing mysteries found in the pages of the Bible. Drawing from the latest research in both archaeology and biblical studies, Incredible Mysteries of the Bible sheds fascinating and helpful light on fifty topics. Each article is accompanied by beautiful full-color images and helpful sidebars. Whether you read the book cover to cover or dip in and out at your leisure, youll gain a greater understanding of the world and message of the Bible. So grab your sleuthing hat and dig in!
Janie1 Stars Out Of 5April 14, 2010JanieThis book was the most frustrating of the Stephen Miller books that I have read. This book confirmed 100% for me that you have a very progressive/leftist view of the Bible. God's miracles are miracles! He doesn't need science to explain them away as natural disasters. You assume that Noah's Ark and Jonah are allegory's and you explain away the plagues of Egypt as scientific occurrences rather than God simply performing miracles.I gave your books a chance because I saw them in the book store. I am sorry, but I feel that you are misleading people as to what the Bible really means.
Happy Reader5 Stars Out Of 5June 17, 2008Happy ReaderIncredible Mysteries of the Bible is a clever masterpiece created for simple people like me who are looking for answers to some of the Bible's most complex and intriguing questions. From the beautiful pictures to the user-friendly lay-out, this book is easily a must-have. Once you open it, you will never want to put down. Stephen M. Miller is an extremely talented author who is able to make some of the most complicated and mind-boggling mysteries in the Bible simple, clear, and easy to understand.
Richard M Dalfiume5 Stars Out Of 5June 14, 2008Richard M DalfiumeStephen M. Miller has a well-established reputation as author of some of the most useful Bible information books. A search under his name at this site will prove the point.Miller has a talent for organizing a large amount of information and communicating it in a clear and interesting fashion that inevitably pulls the reader into a conversation about the material. Incredible Mysteries of the Bible: A Visual Exploration illustrates this point. Included are 40 mysteries beginning with Where Was the Garden of Eden? and ending with Is Hell Real or a Symbol? Each mystery receives two large format pages of coverage explaining what others have said and bringing to bear findings of recent scholarship. The visual in the title refers to the marvelous color illustrations for each mystery. This is a handsome, well-written book, providing colorful introductions to many of the mysteries of the Bible.
bible reader5 Stars Out Of 5May 24, 2008bible readerBeautifully illustrated, masterfully written.Gorgeous art--paintings, photos, maps--lavishly illustrate this book, helping bring to life Miller's crisp answers to vexing questions about Bible mysteries. Mysteries about the Garden of Eden, the Flood, people living hundreds of years, Noah's Ark. Some mysteries actually have reasonable solutions--like the story about Joshua ordering the sun and moon to stop. Hint: hail killed most of the enemy. Even the story of God feeding Moses and the Jews with quail and manna have science behind it. So does the collapse of Jericho's walls. Some other mysteries have only theories, but Miller seems to present the best of the lot and offers them up without bias. So we get to decide what theories, if any, seem most reasonable. Here's a warning: Pick up this book and you'll have a tough time putting it down. Every turn of the page draws you in. But the reading goes quickly because the writing gets to the point pronto.