This much-needed volume fills a gap in the study of ancient Egyptian practices and beliefs. Egyptian mummification is a subject that is easily caught up in mystery and speculation. The author has made this subject understandable by presenting it in... [Read More]
This much-needed volume fills a gap in the study of ancient Egyptian practices and beliefs. Egyptian mummification is a subject that is easily caught up in mystery and speculation. The author has made this subject understandable by presenting it in a readable, non-technical, and interesting manner.
John J. Davis John J. Davis, Th.D., D.D., is president/professor emeritus at Grace College and Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Ind. He is the author of numerous books and articles and has served as... More »
Dr. Alva J. McClain was a pastor when he was approached by several young men who were being encouraged to enter the Masonic Lodge. They came to Dr. McClain for advice and he promised to make a fair investigation of... [Read More]
The conquest and settlement of Canaan is one of the most exciting eras of Israel's history. This concise analysis of this era uses archaeological discoveries, ancient Near Eastern history and the Hebrew text to interpret these books. 20 pages, Paperback... [Read More]
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