The easy-to-read storybook introduces many captivating people, places, and events from the Bible's Old and New Testaments, showing how each one ultimately points to Jesus.
José Saramago's last novel, now translated into English, is an indictment of God based on using Old Testament.
“Every story in Genesis confronts us with tempting questions. These stories shape the imagination and ethics of our culture.” — Bill Moyers
Christian intolerance would decrease if more churchgoers were educated in the real (and controversial) history of the faith.
A dummy’s introduction to the Old Testament that manages to be both reverent and humorous.
The multi-layered tapestry that Smith is weaving with this series is coming into clearer focus.
Esther was a nobody from nowhere who risked death for her beliefs, thereby changing history. Here’s her empowering story.
Michal is solidly written biblical fiction, but not spectacular.
Adventure out into the night and discover the mysteries that await you there.
Using a modern, conversational style, Andrew Wilson offers biblical stories with an awe factor.