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The World’s Greatest Book untangles the intriguing web of people and events that shaped history's most powerful book. From the earliest oral traditions, to ink on parchment and the printing press, each stage of the story of Scripture's creation will keep you captivated. This work explains how devoted Jewish and Christian believers have preserved God's Word through generations. It is presented in an accessible manner with full-color pictures to help the reader visualize the people, places, and various manuscripts that are discussed.
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Museum of the Bible
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)|
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It is a captivating story that includes a little bit of everything: adventure and violence, mystery and bravery, and dumb luck or divine interventiondepending on your point of view.
How in the world did we get this book that some people swear byand other people swear at? You dont have to be a skeptic to have a grocery list of questions about the formation of the Bible, such as:
Who wrote these documents and when?
How were these ancient writings transmitted through the ages?
As scribes made copies of copies, didnt they make mistakes that caused the ancient writings to be changed and corrupted?
How was it decided which writings would be included in the Bible?
What are the Dead Sea Scrolls, and why are archaeological finds like these such a big deal?
Devoted people dedicated their lives throughout time to put this unique book into the hands of people worldwide. Retrace the passion and intrigue behind the Bibles creation.
Lawrence H. Schiffman is the Judge Abraham Lieberman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic studies at New York University. He is a specialist in the Dead Sea Scrolls, Judaism in Late Antiquity, the history of Jewish law, and Talmudic Literature. He currently serves as the Director of the Global Network for Advanced Research in Jewish Studies.
Jerry Pattengale is a scholar, researcher, author, and speaker. He currently serves as the Director of Education at Museum of the Bible and is Indiana Wesleyan University’s first scholar honored as University Professor.
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