Freshly updated, expanded A-Z dictionary of 500 people and places in the Bible. Every page in living color.
Miller’s illustrated, easy-reading Who’s Who and Where’s Where in the Bible is loaded with fresh and surprising insights about the most important people and places in the Bible.
Not a dry textbook, it’s written in magazine style by critically acclaimed Christian journalist and Bible history author Stephen M. Miller.
Color maps, photos, and paintings transport you to sacred lands. There, you’ll meet fascinating people: lovers and liars, healers and hoodlums, warriors and wimps. This captivating book appeals to Bible newcomers as well as long-time Christians.
Very hip, practical Bible study resource. It would be ideal for teen and college students, but older adults would learn a lot, too.
This fantastic book is illustrated in full color, with artist’s interpretations of things like Noah’s Ark, Herod’s Temple. . . . This isn’t your normal dry, historical narrative interspersed with pictures and maps – the author shows his wit and humor.