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The Serpent and the Serpent Slayer (Short Studies in Biblical Theology)

by Andrew David Naselli

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"The author traces the theme of serpent, dragon, and dragon slayer through the Bible from the garden to the new heaven, helping readers experience the unity of the Scriptures"--
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I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring; he shall bruise your head, and he shall bruise his heel.

GENESIS 3:15
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To my daughter Kara,
who loves serpent-slaying stories
that echo the greatest story
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[Series Preface] Most of us tend to pproach the Bible early on in our Christian lives as a vast, cavernous, and largely impentrable book.
[Preface] This book is a biblical theology of snakes and dragons--especially "the" serpent.
Who doesn't love a good dragon-slaying story?
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