Interpreting One Bible: Combining Old and New Testament: Photo Essay

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Interpreting One Bible is photo essay. It contains almost 160 photo and art. They are assembled in series; so to be both word defying and to form a 'word of God' in angelic series. The text considers topic of an 'image'; so to provide review of an ancient language of 'these'. You find Kings and land to be a basis to affect or write in verse; yet to never actually discover direction to the topic from the Bible. Chapters include concept of 'images', and to review ideal to understand derived principles and ...
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Overview

Interpreting One Bible is photo essay. It contains almost 160 photo and art. They are assembled in series; so to be both word defying and to form a 'word of God' in angelic series. The text considers topic of an 'image'; so to provide review of an ancient language of 'these'. You find Kings and land to be a basis to affect or write in verse; yet to never actually discover direction to the topic from the Bible. Chapters include concept of 'images', and to review ideal to understand derived principles and provenance of reading the Bible. The text primarily considers ideal to combine Old and New Testament; such as why does Old Testament story speak to me? Find art of Eden, Abraham and Jacob. See Israel to build pyramid and to be freed by Moses; while to pass through a Red Sea. Art include a tower of Babel, and to source much Old Testament at a second captivity of Babylonian Empire. Jesus in four additional century was to appear in claim to recover lost resource. Gothic art are found of both Testaments, and a final translation of the art form is not indicated. Theory of source to create the Bible are found; while art is shown at a manner to view or consider only. Ideas at interpretation include portrayal verse to verse caps into the angelic language; while to work from a Gospel of Luke to follow image to image concept. See John 3:16 and a series of art to be recommended ideal to translate both Testament; such as the gift of the son of God is so seen. The limits to call a Bible only the Laws of the Lord, tale of discipline or redemption into eternal life in Jesus are not only contexts. An intact and complete genetic line from Adam to Jesus is provided. The concept of the human or angelic authors are reviewed, and to ultimately require God at source. Advanced inquiry is found of concordance study to word or theme; while to offer ideal of Bible to be color to many book and theme.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781470067274
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 3/19/2012
  • Pages: 182
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.47 (d)

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