Brush Up Your Bible!
What did Israel sow in order to "reap the whirlwind"? Where did the "prodigal son" go to spend his inheritance? What is a "plowshare" and how can you beat a sword into one? Learn about these and other well-known words, phrases, and stories of the Old and New Testaments that have entered our everyday language. Includes black-and-white line drawings by Tom Lulevitch, a helpful index to key words and phrases, and a section on expressions that are mistakenly attributed to the Bible.
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Review: Brush Up Your Bible!User Review - Rose - Goodreads
I found this book a pretty useful overview of all the ways Biblical literature shows up in our culture. Each section is about two pages of lively information on where a phrase or reference (The Tower ... Read full review
Review: Brush Up Your Bible!User Review - Goodreads
Another of those biblical references *lite* but really very helpful.
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