Joseph

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Review and Herald Pub. Association, 2002 - Religion - 463 pages
23 Reviews
Based upon meticulous research, Fivash paints a compelling panorama of Egyptian society, with authentic Egyptian names, clothing, and customs, and draws us deeply into Josephs world. You will cheer as he maintains his integrity through prison and through the labyrinth of court intrigue to become ruler under Pharaoh. You will delight in his conquest of the heart of beautiful Asenath. And you will be left with a deeper faith in his God.The author creates a detailed picture of daily life in Egypt with a cast of nearly 80 vibrant characters. Her narrative, filled with fresh insights into one of the great stories of all time, unlocks the secrets of the culture that cradled the Exodus.

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User Review  - Melissa Kling - Goodreads

This book was fantastic and really brought Joseph's story to life for me. The author must have done an amazing amount of research for this and for that I really respect her. Read full review

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User Review  - Megan - Goodreads

The classic tale of servant becoming master. Joseph's story is told through his own eyes this time. Beginning in the house of his father, through his trip to Egypt, his time in Potiphar's house, his jail sentence and finally his rise to Tate of Egypt, a great great book. Read full review

About the author (2002)

Fivash holds a master's degree in history from Andrews University and is a member of Phi Alpha Theta. She is an independent contractor in the field of data conversion.

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