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Garden to Desert: Walking Through the Book of Genesis (The Bible for…

by David Deckard

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0692654763, Paperback)

GARDEN TO DESERT takes a fresh look at the stories of the biblical book of Genesis. The theological and narrative vibrancy of these tales often get ground into mush as proselytizers bend them to fit conventional lessons and morals. Equal parts explanation and criticism of modern faith, GARDEN TO DESERT follows the Genesis story as written, pulling insight and humor from its pages. Rather than insist that the scripture holds a single, narrow meaning that is applicable to all, GARDEN TO DESERT opens up a world of possibilities and invites you to come along for the ride and the fun. It's not your typical "faith book". Whether you're a devout Christian or wonder how anyone can believe that stuff, you're invited to participate in the journey. GARDEN TO DESERT includes a foreword by Kelly AuCoin, "Pastor Tim" of the hit FX Network series, "The Americans".

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