The Tower

The Tower

by Chris Skates, Dan Tankersley


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780989148610
Publisher: Be Ready Ministries
Publication date: 06/05/2013
Pages: 362
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

Chris Skates is a novelist who, in addition to co-authoring The Tower and The Rain, has released the political thriller, Going Green, which has been compared by one critic to Grisham and Clancy. Chris has published multiple short stories in national magazines and writes a weekly column for Patriot He speaks and teaches on both biblical and scientific topics. He is married with two children. Chris enjoys hiking, hunting, and mountain biking.

Dan Tankersley has developed more than one thousand discipleship training classes that he uses to teach biblical topics. His strong interest in and decades-long research of the first eleven chapters of Genesis led to the development of the award winning The Rain and The Tower. He has a technical degree in data processing. Dan and his wife of more than thirty-five years, Judy, have three children, ten grandchildren an one great-grandchild.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
And the saga continues... This book picks up where The Rain left off. I loved The Rain (about Noah's Ark) and I would recommend reading it first before reading The Tower, as the main characters were developed in The Rain. The Rain takes you up to the point where Noah's family disembarks from the ark, and The Tower picks it up from there, up until the time that the Tower of Babel angered God to the point of Him striking the people with different languages so that different family groups were no longer able to communicate with each other. Very interesting take on the tower itself and what it's purpose may have been. Highly recommended. Everyone is wanting to borrow my copies! Borrowing is okay, but after you've read them, you'll want your own copies! :-)