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By J. SerVaas Williams
ABRAHAM AND SARAH is an intricately woven novel taken from actual biblical and historic assets, revealing the fullness and richness of religion and love opposed to a tapestry of historical civilizations. Take all that may be gleaned from the vintage narrative of Abraham and Sarah; upload the knowledge of old and smooth historians; intersplice the wealth of the main up to date archaeological proof; and a guy and a lady of impressive skills, fact, and humanness look.
If Abraham lived in a pagan setting, how did he develop into a guy of significant religion? Who was once Sarah? Is there any logical reason behind her fantastic attractiveness that charmed and enticed kings while she used to be on the age of seventy-five and back whilst she was once 90?
Archaeologist Sir C. Leonard Woolley, saw that "amongst the shadowy characters of old historical past, Abraham sticks out as a residing character whom we will be aware of and with whom we will sympathize....and now, along this residing character, we discover Sarah, possibly the main extraordinary, but mysterious lady of all time!" ABRAHAM AND SARAH is an epic love tale, an engrossing page-turner for the a long time, a needs to learn for everyone of religion.
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