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Walking the Bible: A Journey by Land Through the Five Books of Moses

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Is the Bible just an abstraction or a real living entity? This volume aims to answer this question. Part adventure story, part archaeological ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.572
jjares

Traveling with Seekers of the Truth

by jjares on Sep 21, 2014

It is very hard to categorize this non-fiction book; it?s a travel diary, spiritual in nature and very interesting. I?ve read several other books by Feiler and always find the way he shares his thoughts to be compelling reading. Feiler is accompanied by a paid walking companion -- archaeologist Avner Goren, who was a chief archaeologist of the Sinai Peninsula -- no slouch, indeed. Goren?s knowledge of Biblical archaeology was amazing; his comments were pithy and often profound. As Bruce Feiler is sharing his feelings and reinterpreting what he knows through the experiences he communicates to us, I feel changed too. I sense that I am seeing the first five books of the Bible in a whole new manner. In no way did I think that Feiler and Goren were proselytizing; they were sharing their experiences, so I could see the Bible through a different ? and more personal -- prism.

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Alan E

A trip through Biblical time

by Alan E on Oct 20, 2011

A must read for anyone interested in Biblical history of the first five books. Great information on how those same places look today, and how accessible they are today..

ManOfGod

Good Book

by ManOfGod on Nov 25, 2010

This is a very interesting book. It helps a lot with the history of Moses. The book arrived in great shape, just as listed. Thank you.

NormaR

Great Reading

by NormaR on Nov 18, 2010

The book was even more interesting than I expected. It is more than a journey. It was an encounter of the past with the present. That encounter offers a perspective both to the biblical history and acontinuing connection to the present.

Barbara  S
by Barbara S on Nov 18, 2010

This is a great book. I felt like I was on the journey, too.

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