A burned and broken wall embedded with arrows and sling stones tells of a city taken by storm. A scribbled message on a piece of pottery reveals the urgency of the hour. Palace inscriptions and clay tablets in a royal archive reflect a well-organised central government. Inscribed silverware, jewellry, and household items illustrate the domestic life of the inhabitants.
Archaeology throws dramatic light on the biblical record.
The evidence will surprise and inform you as you turn over the soil of history from the pages of your Bible. The witness of the trowel authenticates and illuminates the people and events, lifting them from the pages of the Book and setting them in the context of time and place. Join us on an exciting journey with this evidence from the past.
Clive Anderson and Brian Edwards
Everyone can have hours and hours of puzzle fun with this book that includes hundreds of quick and easy ways to teach and learn about the Bible. See the Bible in new ways, refresh your memory of Bible facts, or quiz your family, friends, or Bible study group! Use it with kids on long trips. […]Learn More
Yvonne H. Van Ee, Michael Williams
Sometimes you don’t know what to do, or what to say when someone is grieving. This is the perfect book full of soothing thoughts, scripture, images, letters, words and many others. Sometimes it isn’t what is said, but those intangible things.Learn More