Wycliffe Historical Geography of Bible LandsBy: Howard F. Vos
"Wycliffe Historical Geography of Bible Lands follows the biblical narrative from Abraham in Mesopotamia through the experiences of the Israelites in the Old Testament, to the life of Christ and the establishment of the church in the New Testament. To help enhance readers' understanding of the biblical narrative, this expansive work clearly presents the historical and geographical development of all the biblical lands." "Separate chapters study the eleven Bible lands of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Palestine, Phoenicia, Syria, Iran, Cyprus, Asia Minor, Greece, Malta, and Italy; this reference will prove invaluable for pastors, students, and anyone who desires a greater understanding of the historical and geographical backgrounds of the Bible; and over five hundred illustrations and full-color maps illuminate the text."--BOOK JACKET.