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How We Got the Bible: A Visual Journey (Zondervan Visual Reference Series)

by Clinton E. Arnold

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How did the Bible come to be? How has it been passed down to us through the ages? Is it still trustworthy and relevant after all these years? The Bible is the bestselling book of all time and the basis of faith for billions of people around the world. Encompassing the fields of archaeology, biblical studies, and history, the story of how the Bible has come to us today is a fascinating one. It is told here, accompanied by beautiful full-color photographs and illustrations. You'll marvel at the care and reverence with which this ancient book has been preserved. Just a few of the remarkable insights you'll gain include scriptural origins on animal skins and clay tablets and the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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