The Illustrated Bible: A Dramatic Reading of God's Story

The Illustrated Bible A Dramatic Reading of God s Story The Illustrated Bible is God s story dynamically presented in comic book form Striking visuals combine with accurate and clever text to bring the Bible to life for anybody interested in seeing it in

  • Title: The Illustrated Bible: A Dramatic Reading of God's Story
  • Author: Mike Maddox Jeff Anderson
  • ISBN: 9781619708747
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Illustrated Bible is God s story, dynamically presented in comic book form Striking visuals combine with accurate and clever text to bring the Bible to life for anybody interested in seeing it in a new way.The Illustrated Bible tells God s story from Genesis to Revelation with 256 pages of stunning images that draw readers into the real people and stories of ScriptureThe Illustrated Bible is God s story, dynamically presented in comic book form Striking visuals combine with accurate and clever text to bring the Bible to life for anybody interested in seeing it in a new way.The Illustrated Bible tells God s story from Genesis to Revelation with 256 pages of stunning images that draw readers into the real people and stories of Scripture This comprehensive retelling has a dynamism not found in other story Bibles and depth of meaning lacking in other picture books Young readers and anyone who appreciates comic books or graphic novels will be drawn to the vitality of its design and the epic drama of its contents.As the word of God unfolds, readers discover biblical characters in moving and compelling ways that capture the wide array of emotions found in the Bible Striking visuals combine with accurate and clever text to bring God s word to life for anybody interested in seeing the Bible in a new way.

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    1. [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Hendrickson Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.]This is a book that turns out more or less what one would expect if one took the title of the book and the biographies of its illustrator and author seriously.  The book promises to be illustrated (it is) and to be a dramatic reading of God's story (it is).  It does not promise to be complete, nuanced and layered, or containing the full and complete story, and it does not provide t [...]

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