By Richard A. Gabriel Ph.D.
Exactly how did the Israelites move the wilderness? How did Moses pass the crimson Sea? How did Joshua take Jericho, and the way did the sunlight seem to stand nonetheless on the Ayjllon Valley? not anyone has ever analyzed the Bible as an army background Gabriel presents the 1st test at a continual ancient narrative of the army background of historical Israel. He starts with an army research of Exodus, an unheard of and highly major contribution to Exodus Studies.
This ebook comprises collaborative findings from archaelogy, demography, ethnography, and different correct disciplines. As a professional infantry officer and army historian, Gabriel brings a soldier's eye to the infantry wrestle defined within the Bible. trying to make army feel of the Biblical narrative as preserved in Hebrew, he renders understandable a few of the mysterious motives for well-known events.
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