In-Store Date:
October 03, 2017
Format:
Trade Paper
Book ISBN:
9781945470066
SRP:
$18.99
Status:
Available
Book
Product Overview
The profound contrast between story and facts will take the reader on an intriguing and thought-provoking journey into the compelling challenges of David’s life as a shepherd boy turned king and the powerful faith of one of the Bible’s most beloved characters. In addition to painting emotional and sociological struggles, modern readers will learn of the difficulties and challenges of daily living, such as sourcing water, living in new lands, dealing with different people groups, enemies, family struggles and more. Woven throughout, readers will learn much about the broader ancient world.

Format: Trade paper w/French Flaps
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 192
Category: Religion / History
Carton Qty: 36

Leonard Greenspoon, Ph.D., currently holds the Klutznick Chair in Jewish Civilization at Creighton University, where he is also Professor of Theology and of Classical & Near Eastern Studies.  He received his Ph.D. From Harvard University and specializes in translations of the Bible. Dr. Greenspoon is the author or editor of twenty-eight books, with topics ranging from the Greek text of the biblical book of Joshua to American Jews in popular culture. He has also written nearly 200 hundred journal articles, book chapters, and major encyclopedia entries. Dr. Greenspoon has been married for almost fifty years to his wife, Eliska, and they live in Omaha, Nebraska. They are parents of two daughters and also have twin grandchildren.
Marketing Highlights
  • Organized with an introduction and chapters that set the historical scene and lead the reader through David’s life and the cultural experience of daily life in the ancient world
  • Written to engage both adult and young adult readers
  • Elegantly designed with French Flaps for heightened gift-ability and design appeal
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