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Lois T. Henderson delivered another great, Biblical novel. Known as the first European convert, Lydia was a woman of faith and courage.
Lois T. This book brings her to life-breathing reality into what her struggles, joys, and journey to faith might have looked like. Lois T. Henderson is an American author of Christian novels, many of which are dramatizations of Biblical narratives about women. Books by Lois T. Henderson. Mor. rivia About Lydia.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Dramatizes the Biblical story of Abigail, the wife of David, and how she foretold that her husband would rule Israel.
Not only did many Biblical fiction books give me a greater sense of the context of Bible events, they also .
Not only did many Biblical fiction books give me a greater sense of the context of Bible events, they also inspired me to pick up my Bible and re-read the old stories from a new perspective. Formatting Key: Title of Book/Series, ( of books in series) - Author’s Name (Biblical person/events referenced ). The Holy Experiment: a Novel About the Harmonist Society (1974). Hagar: a Novel (1978)
Lois T. Hagar: a Novel (1978). About the slave girl who bore Abraham's son. This work was a finalist for the Gold Medallion Book Award of the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association.
Find nearly any book by Lois T. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Lydia (Biblical Fiction). by Lois T. ISBN 9780802726087 (978-0-8027-2608-7) Softcover, Walker & Company, 1987. Find signed collectible books: 'Lydia (Biblical Fiction)'.
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In the exotic setting of David's world, Lois Henderson spins her fascinating tale of Abigail, the bright and beautiful wife of the warrior monarch. The story is colorful and credible, based on two other dramatic books, 1 Samuel and 2 Samuel, and embellished by Mrs. Henderson's rich imagination and faithful attention to biblical fact. We see Abigail first as a child in a loving home, surrounded by kindness and care. Then she is thrust into an unhappy marriage to Nabal, who shows her greed, indifference and drunkenness.
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