The Gospel in the Stars[: Or, Primeval Astronomy

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 522 pages
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Contents: The Starry Worlds; Sacred Constellations; Desire of Nations; Suffering Redeemer; The Toiling Deliverer; Triumphant Warrior; Death and the New Life; The Living Waters; Mystic Fishes; The Blessed Outcome; The Day of the Lord; The Heavenly Union; The Blessed Possession; The Consummated Victory; The Secrets of Wisdom; Primeval Man; The Star of Bethlehem; Index; Glossary of the Star-names.

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Good book. It can be hard to read because it gets very tedious. Interesting concept of how the Stars tell the story of Christ. It was written in the 1800's so language and scientific at that makes it a tedious read. Read full review

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This book answered a lot of questions I had about some of the astrologic imagery found in some places in the Bible. The short story is: God put it there, and its message retells the whole Gospel story of God, man, redemption, and the establishment of His Kingdom. Read full review

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