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📒Her First Bible ✍ Melody Carlson
📝Her First Bible Book Synopsis : With this story Bible you can begin to hide God's word in a little girl's heart.
📒Her First Bible Cross Boxed Gift Set ✍ Zondervan Publishing
📝Her First Bible Cross Boxed Gift Set Book Synopsis : Contains 1 each of the following: 0310701295 Her First Bible, 0310702879 Baby's First Book of Prayers and 0310702879 Baby's First Book of Prayers.
📒A Child S First Bible ✍ Kenneth N. Taylor
📝A Child s First Bible Book Synopsis : Simple retellings of Bible stories from the Old and New Testaments, with simple questions at the end of each selection.
📝Report of the Somerset Auxiliary Bible Society presented at its first Annual Meeting 26th August 1813 etc Book Synopsis :
📝Bible Characters Volume 1 Book Synopsis :
📒A Jefferson Bible For The Twenty First Century ✍ Luis Granados
📝A Jefferson Bible for the Twenty First Century Book Synopsis : Lists candidates for the "best" and "worst" excerpts from a variety of scriptures, including the Hebrew Bible, the Qur'an, the Bhagavadgîtâ, Buddhist sutras, and the Book of Mormon, and invites readers' opinions on the selections.
📒Biblical Women S Voices In Early Modern England ✍ Michele Osherow
📝Biblical Women s Voices in Early Modern England Book Synopsis : Bringing to bear a commanding knowledge of Hebrew Scripture, Osherow presents a series of case studies of biblical heroines who engage in poetry and in song. The author investigates how the cultural requirement for feminine silence informs early modern readings of these biblical characters, and furthermore, how they were used to counteract cultural constraints on women's speech. The book's chapters focus on Miriam, Hannah, Deborah, and a feminized King David.
📒Annual Reports Of The American Bible Society With An Account Of Its Organization ✍ American Bible Society
📝Annual Reports of the American Bible Society with an Account of Its Organization Book Synopsis :
📒America S First Bibles ✍ Edwin A. R. Rumball-Petre
📝America s First Bibles Book Synopsis :
📒The Natural History Of The Bible ✍ Daniel Hillel
📝The Natural History of the Bible Book Synopsis : Traversing river valleys, steppes, deserts, rain-fed forests, farmlands, and seacoasts, the early Israelites experienced all the contrasting ecological domains of the ancient Near East. As they grew from a nomadic clan to become a nation-state in Canaan, they interacted with indigenous societies of the region, absorbed selective elements of their cultures, and integrated them into a radically new culture of their own. Daniel Hillel reveals the interplay between the culture of the Israelites and the environments within which it evolved. More than just affecting their material existence, the region's ecology influenced their views of creation and the creator, their conception of humanity's role on Earth, their own distinctive identity and destiny, and their ethics. In The Natural History of the Bible, Hillel shows how the eclectic experiences of the Israelites shaped their perception of the overarching unity governing nature's varied manifestations. Where other societies idolized disparate and capricious forces of nature, the Israelites discerned essential harmony and higher moral purpose. Inspired by visionary prophets, they looked to a singular, omnipresent, omnipotent force of nature mandating justice and compassion in human affairs. Monotheism was promoted as state policy and centralized in the Temple of Jerusalem. After it was destroyed and the people were exiled, a collection of scrolls distilling the nation's memories and spiritual quest served as the focus of faith in its stead. A prominent environmental scientist who surveyed Israel's land and water resources and has worked on agricultural development projects throughout the region, Daniel Hillel is a uniquely qualified expert on the natural history of the lands of the Bible. Combining his scientific work with a passionate, life-long study of the Bible, Hillel offers new perspectives on biblical views of the environment and the origin of ethical monotheism as an outgrowth of the Israelites' internalized experiences.