By Stephen M. Miller
En una cultura controlada por los medios de comunicación, ¿Cómo presentar los angeles Biblia a aquellos que están acostumbrados a las películas, las revistas y a los periódicos? Muy sencillo, les damos Cómo explorar los angeles Biblia, una mirada dinámica y llena de acción a los personajes principales, los eventos y significados del Antiguo y Nuevo Testamento.
• Grandes escenas: los eventos principales en palabras e ilustraciones detalladas.
• Papeles protagónicos: Una mirada a los personajes principales.
• l. a. trama: El relato en una cápsula:
• Alerta: Los consejos cruciales que no se deben pasar por alto.
• Frases célebres: Las frases que conocemos pero que no sabíamos que fueron extraídas de l. a. Biblia.
• Cronologías: Sucesos en el mundo bíblico y otros lugares de l. a. Tierra. Todo eso y mucho más.
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