Ask the Bible: The 400 Most Commonly Asked Questions about the Old Testament
With topics from Creation to Chronicles, this book is written from a non-sectarian viewpoint and shows, in the words of biblical scholar Gunther Plaut, respect for all aspects of the Bible. Includes 50 full-page illustrations by 19th-century French artist Gustav Dore.
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