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the-new-covenant-book-coverWould you like to read a first-person story from the apostle John? A story that is fiction and based on historical accuracy and biblical truth? A book that is actually three stories, a trilogy in one volume?

The New Covenant book by Bob Emery is a well-researched drama that places you right in the heart of discussion between the apostles in the first century.

Emery’s three goals for the book are:

  1. To retell this wonderful story in a new way,
  2. To draw out spiritual lessons for us today, and
  3. To frame a proper understanding of the New Covenant and how it relates to Israel of the first century and today.

These three goals present a tall order for any author. And Emery pulled it off!

The New Covenant book, as a trilogy, is in three parts:  Continue Reading…

Does God have a place that He regards as special above all others?

Is it Jerusalem? The city where Solomon built the temple?

Is it the tabernacle, the tent that moved with the Israelites before the temple was built?

Is it a “church building”?

No. God’s favorite place on earth is not one particular place on the map.

(book trailer on YouTube)

Two millennia ago, God walked on the earth in the flesh. Jesus Christ was rejected everywhere He went. Every place He walked, no one wanted Him. Except one tiny village…Bethany. Continue Reading…

Many types of literature exist in the English language. Reading can be a great leisure or academic activity, employing the mind and imagination to view sequences of events, connect with characters, or analyze data.

Reading Between the Lines by Gene VeithReading Between the Lines by Gene Veith is a great book that introduces you to the forms, modes, and traditions of literature, primarily focusing on literature originally written in English. Veith analyzes how literature has developed over the years. He helps guide you to a more keen mind when selecting what to read.

The written word has historically had a powerful influence on society, and today is no different. Continue Reading…