Miriam struggles with sharing God’s presence with other people when Moses appears after a long absence to free his people from Egypt.
In a short, very readable study, world history from Creation to Christ is presented, bringing together Biblical history with what else was happening in the world at the time.
A very readable study of Egyptian archaeology and how the Biblical timeline is confirmed by the records left from the past.
Nehemiah, cupbearer of the great king Artaxerxes Longimanus, must go rebuild the walls of Jerusalem—but with enemies on either hand, will he be allowed to go—let alone accomplish the great task?
The history of the world, from the beginnings of Egyptian civilization through the fall of Rome, is told in an interesting way for children.
Daniel can think of nothing except his hatred for the Romans and revenging his parent’s deaths, but other things keep getting in his way and making him think.
Philo and his two brothers find themselves on opposing sides in the conflict between the Jews and the Romans in 70 AD.
Taharka, the rightful King of Egypt, must choose between trusting Sennacherib and trusting Hezekiah—not only his life, but the future of his kingdom rests on his decision.
Uriah must decide between the God of the Hebrews and the gods of the rest of the world—and when he has to choose between the life of a child and worshiping the god Moloch, will he do what is right?
Pontius Pilate must prove he is a good leader—but when the Jews are so rebellious, how can he ever prove his worth?