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**Answers in Genesis - “Unwrapping the Pharaohs” excerpts eS10TW
NOTE: This title is under copyright; but I’ve excerpted 5 charts from the Twenty-ninth
chapter that will be of great benefit for Bible study. The excerpts are Biblically
accurate date charts/tables for the events of ancient Egypt - particularly as they
intersect the Bible. I think this module will be invaluable for studies in Abraham,
Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses & Joshua, not to mention the kings of the divided kingdom
(EXAMPLE: Did you know King Tut intersects Bible history?)
^Frederick Carl Eiselen - “The Christian View of the Old Testament” TW
^Robert B. Girdlestone - “Synonyms of the Old Testament” eSTW
**Elmer Towns - “A Journey Through the Old Testament” eS10TW
This is an interesting work. 52 chapters on OT characters. It’s almost like a commentary
on the Old Testament, except it focuses on the narrative aspect. Would be great for
a year’s worth of Sunday School (or mid-week service) lessons.
COPYRIGHT: This module is under copyright, and may not be hosted anywhere else without
the author’s written permission.