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This engaging, visually-driven book offers an accessible introduction to the physical context of the Gospel accounts of Jesus. Includes maps and charts, full-colour photos of biblical sites, and original artwork researched to represent accurately Jesus' life and times. 288 pages, from Zondervan.
:Jesus, A Visual History, offers a unique vantage point into Jesus? story, introducing readers to the historical context of Gospel accounts. Its easy reading style, thorough research, and visual presentation will leave you with a greater and lasting appreciation for Jesus the Messiah. Maps and charts summarize and visualize the events of Jesus? life, along with full-color photos and 19th-century black-and-white images of the modern sites where biblical events took place. In addition, original artwork researched for accuracy illuminates Jesus? life and work. This engaging, visually-driven book provides an accessible yet accurate invitation to better understand both the Holy Land and the Savior who walked it.
Donald Brake (Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) is Vice President and Dean of the Seminary, Professor of Theology at Multnomah Biblical Seminary. After graduating from seminary, Dr. Brake, his wife, Carol, and their family spent two terms as missionaries in Ethiopia. With the successful coup of Haile Selassie and the installation of the communist government, the Brakes were forced to return to the U.S. Dr. Brake accepted a teaching position at Multnomah Bible College and Biblical Seminary. Dr. Brake is a collector of ancient Bibles and manuscripts in Greek, Latin, and English.
Todd Bolen (M.Div., The Master's Seminary) is associate professor of biblical studies at the Israel Bible Extension (IBEX) campus of The Master's College. He lives and teaches in Israel and has been photographing biblical sites throughout the Middle East since 1990.