Dead Sea Files
This unique book offers readers of all ages an entertaining and informative way to discover and explore the events of the Old Testament. Nick Page, author of The Tabloid Bible, presents "a filing cabinet full" of memos, reports, sticky notes...
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This unique book offers readers of all ages an entertaining and informative way to discover and explore the events of the Old Testament. Nick Page, author of The Tabloid Bible, presents "a filing cabinet full" of memos, reports, sticky notes and general memorabilia from ancient Israel. An hilarious 'historical' discovery. From HarperCollins
From the author of Tabloid Bible, another original and hilarious discovery from Bible times -- a whole filing cabinet full of papers dating from actual Bible events. In a long forgotten cave, off the beaten track, Nick Page has found something even more startling than the Dead Sea Scrolls. In an ancient filing cabinet he has come across the actual documents, bills, receipts, memos and reports from Bible events centuries ago. They include* * A take-away menu from Manna-u-like * Advice on how to fill in your Levitical Tax Form * Minutes from the first tribes meeting * A market research report on the 10 commandments * Architect's designs for the Temple * The Big Issue, Bethlehem edition
This is a controversial and highly humorous new presentation of classic incidents in the Bible.
Nick Page is a writer, information designer, and creative consultant. He has written a number of books, including street life; The Tabloid Bible; Lord Minimus; BLUE; The Church Invisible; The Longest Week:the truth about Jesus Last Days and The Wrong Messiah: the truth of Jesus of Nazareth
He also writes regular articles for Youthwalk, Christianity and Renewal, and works for a number of charities and NGOs. He and his wife, Claire, have three daughters and live in Eynsham in Oxfordshire, England.