Noah

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Tyndale House Publishers, Jun 1, 1987 - Fiction - 332 pages
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This imaginative biblical novel follows the provocative story of the man who preached righteousness in the face of the greatest darkness mankind has ever known.

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This book is odd in that it talks of mythical beings and flying transports that I never thought of being in Noah's time. It also challanged my thinking about ancient man, God and His Word and His provision. I would call this book interesting, but not one of my favorites. Read full review

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Very interesting premise. "Greek" gods are with the bad guys - descendents of Cain. The "gods" had aircraft and ships with internal power supplies - could they be internal combustion engines? A geode with a internal spark plug has been discovered (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coso_artifact). Is this an artifact from Noah's time as fictionalized by Traylor? Over all, very interesting book. Nothing in this book is in discord with the Bible. It expands the framework of the story with good fiction.  

Contents

ONLY EVIL CONTINUALLY
113
THE ARK OF SAFETY
189
IV
241
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Ellen Gunderson Traylor, one of America's foremost biblical novelists, is a gifted storyteller who is known for bringing characters of the Bible to life. She has written 15 novels which have combined sales totaling over one million copies.
A former English and journalism instructor, with a Master's Degree in English, Traylor has taught courses at virtually every level, including those she created on writing as a craft for Whitworth College and Eastern Washington University. Her Write On! seminars focus on providing aspiring writers with a strong foundation in the basics. Traylor has created and taught fiction writing classes for Mount Herman and Seattle Pacific University's Christian Writer's Conferences.
Traylor has been a columnist and correspondent for a variety of magazines and newspapers over the years. An award-winning feature writer, Traylor has written screenplays and political speeches and served as a contributing writer/researcher for the Tyndale Family Bible Encyclopedia.
Some of Traylor's most popular biblical novels include Song of Abraham, John - Son of Thunder, Ruth - A Love Story, Joseph - Dreamer of Dreams, Mark - Eyewitness and Jerusalem - The City of God among others.
Her upcoming project, The Oracle (W Publishing Group, May 2001) is a sequel to The Priest, her first contemporary novel published by W Publishing Group in 1998, although it also works as a stand alone title. In both books the hero, David Rothmeyer, is commissioned by an esoteric Jewish sect to locate items and genealogies necessary to their goals. Both books mirror today's headlines, portraying current event s in light of fascinating biblical prophecies.
Having been featured in numerous articles as well as on both television and radio, she is a sought-after speaker for seminars, conventions, conferences and both church and school events.
The mother of two strapping sons, she and her husband live in Montana with their youngest, where she owns Port Hole Books, specializing in rare books.

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