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Archaeology and our Old Testament contemporaries / James L. Kelso ; foreword by W.F. Albright. [print]

By: Kelso, James L, 1892-1978 [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Grand Rapids : Zondervan, [(c)1966. Description: 191 pages : illustrations, facsimiles, map ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Bible. Old TestamentLOC classification: BS572.A734 1966BS572.K29.A734 1966COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Abraham, international business genius and Christian saint Moses, history's most unique statesman Joshua, whose name means Jesus The Israelite judgeships and the new nations of today The statesmen David and Churchill Solomon, the king with many a Ph.D. -- Civil war then and now Elijah, the Abraham Lincoln of the Israelites Jonah didn't believe in foreign missions either Amos, a Salvation Army preacher Isaiah and Calvin Apostasies and reformations Cyrus anticipated the U.S.A. -- The spiritual drought of intertestament times and today.
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Non-fiction BS572.K4 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001664404

Includes bibliographies and index.

Abraham, international business genius and Christian saint Moses, history's most unique statesman Joshua, whose name means Jesus The Israelite judgeships and the new nations of today The statesmen David and Churchill Solomon, the king with many a Ph.D. -- Civil war then and now Elijah, the Abraham Lincoln of the Israelites Jonah didn't believe in foreign missions either Amos, a Salvation Army preacher Isaiah and Calvin Apostasies and reformations Cyrus anticipated the U.S.A. -- The spiritual drought of intertestament times and today.

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