Stephen M. Miller's Illustrated Bible Dictionary

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Here’s a Bible dictionary for people who hate Bible dictionaries: With its fast-paced writing and gorgeous pictures, you’ll wonder why more Bible reference books don’t read like a magazine. Stephen M. Miller's Illustrated Bible Dictionary is the latest project from best-selling author Stephen M. Miller, who combines solid Bible scholarship with a compelling journalistic writing style. From Aaron to Zorah (Samson’s hometown), here are some 1,400 entries on Bible people, places, things, customs, and ...

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Overview

Here’s a Bible dictionary for people who hate Bible dictionaries: With its fast-paced writing and gorgeous pictures, you’ll wonder why more Bible reference books don’t read like a magazine. Stephen M. Miller's Illustrated Bible Dictionary is the latest project from best-selling author Stephen M. Miller, who combines solid Bible scholarship with a compelling journalistic writing style. From Aaron to Zorah (Samson’s hometown), here are some 1,400 entries on Bible people, places, things, customs, and ideas—all written for optimal clarity and enjoyment. This is a readable reference you’ll want to consult over and over again.

 

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A fast-paced reading experience that combines solid Bible scholarship with a compelling journalistic writing style and lavish illustrations. From Aaron to Zorah, there are almost 1,400 entries on Bible people, places, things, customs, and ideas - all written for optimal clarity and enjoyment. 
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Here’s a Bible dictionary for people who hate Bible dictionaries: With its fast-paced writing and gorgeous pictures, you’ll wonder why more Bible reference books don’t read like a magazine.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781602606906
  • Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/1/2013
  • Pages: 528
  • Sales rank: 1,404,503
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Stephen M. Miller is a seminary-educated journalist and bestselling freelance writer. His Who’s Who and Where’s Where in the Bible won the Retailer’s Choice Award as best nonfiction book of the year. The Bible: A History won best nonfiction book of the year in England.

 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2013

    Highly inaccurate! Queen Sheba is from Ethiopia.Cush is in Afric

    Highly inaccurate! Queen Sheba is from Ethiopia.Cush is in Africa as referred to in the book of Genisis.In regards to the images, I guess only white people existed since the beginning of times because that what this book represents .A years worth of research was not enough for Stephen because he clearly made numerous mistakes in this book and others.This book was clearly made for people who are easily fooled and truly don't know any better, or better yet made for white people to continue there historical lies.Susie was not found in Persia she was found in Ethiopia where civilization existed far before what Stephen has claimed.

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  • Posted April 24, 2013

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    Stephen M. Miller in his new book, "Stephen M. Miller's Ill

    Stephen M. Miller in his new book, "Stephen M. Miller's Illustrated Bible Dictionary" published by Barbour Publishing gives us a book For Those Who Thought They'd Never Read a Bible Dictionary.

    From the back cover: The Bible Dictionary for people who hate Bible dictionaries.

    With its fast-paced writing and gorgeous pictures, you'll wonder why more Bible reference books don't read like a magazine. Stephen M. Miller's Illustrated Bible Dictionary is the latest project from best-selling author Stephen M. Miller, who combines solid Bible scholarship with a compelling journalistic writing style. From Aaron to Zorah (Samson's hometown), here are some 1,400 entries on Bible people, places, things, customs, and ideas--all written for optimal clarity and enjoyment. This is a readable reference you'll want to consult over and over again.

    A Bible Dictionary created especially for newcomers. This Bible Dictionary is filled with information about Bible-time people, places and customs that not only is easy to read but is fast-paced, fun to read and hard to put down. Even if you have used a Bible Dictionary before you are going to like this one because, I believe, it has new information that other Bible Dictionaries do not have. To make this book as helpful as possible Mr. Miller has added a large number of cross references. If you are interested in a particular topic this book can provide the stepping off place for you. There are 1,400 entries and illustrations that highlight whatever the topic is. This is a resource that will be referred to over and over again. It is also a wonderful gift to give to family and friends so that they can use it over and over.

    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Barbour Publishing . I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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