Tag Archives: Biblical fiction

(Book review) Thief of Corinth

A young woman learns how to be a thief from her father. Family dynamics are convoluted. In some ways this book seems very contemporary. Healing is available.

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(Book review)The Man Nobody Knew, A Novel

Reviewed by: Mary Clapp Ministry Title: Co-president of ECLA and former church librarian Introduction Title: The Man Nobody Knew, A Novel Author: Garrett C. Whitworth Publisher: WestBow Press Publication Date: 2016 Format: ebook Length: 358 pages OVERVIEW This is a historical novel written from the perspective of John the Disciple.  The story is a chronological […]

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(Book review) The miracles of Jesus: The brick Bible for kids

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, ECLA co-president and long time book discussion leader   Introduction Title: The miracles of Jesus: The brick Bible for kids Author: Brendan Powell Smith Publisher: Sky Pony Press Publication Date: 2017 Format: Hardcover book Length: 32 pages OVERVIEW These specially chosen Bible stories of Jesus’ life are illustrated with Lego figures. Included […]

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(Book review) Bread of Angels

Anyone who enjoys a strong, independent heroine and a dash of biblical romance will enjoy this book. Bread of Angels reveals the story told in Acts about Paul’s first convert in Europe. Although a standalone novel, readers of Tessa Afshar’s Land of Silence would enjoy this book and its references to that novel.

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