I’m honored to participate in the TLC Book Tour for National Geographic’s Who’s Who In The Bible!
Thank you TLC Book Tours and National Geographic for my gifted copy in exchange for my honest review.
Synopsis: Written by best-selling author Jean-Pierre Isbouts, Who’s Who in the Bible is the ultimate reference guide to the men and women in the Bible, featuring more than 2,000 entries spanning Genesis to Revelation. From the author of In the Footsteps of Jesus and The Biblical World comes a vibrant family reference that brings to life the fascinating characters of the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. From the fall of Adam and Eve to Judas’ betrayal of Jesus, the key events of the Bible are expressed through the lives of hundreds of people. Told through exquisite art and artifacts, intriguing sidebars, and unique family tree features, this illuminating volume tells the stories of Biblical characters and highlights their greater meaning for mankind. Illustrated with lavish color photography and exquisite historical artwork, this reference runs chronologically, with each person listed by order of appearance.
This book is absolutely stunning. It’s a must-have for any home library! You don’t have to be a theologian to appreciate this historical gem. It’s jam-packed with incredible content from more than just the books of the bible. It has such a rich history spread throughout and incredible artwork. Honestly, any historian, artist, or spiritual person would come to adore and appreciate every page in this book. I loved being able to do a bible study on my own and use this resource to learn more background than what my bible study was able to provide for me. This comes highly recommended!
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I am so glad you enjoyed this, thank you for being on this tour! Sara @ TLC Book Tours
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I love how you said that “any historian, artist, or spiritual person would…appreciate this book.” I can really appreciate a book that is multidimensional like that!