About Green Dolphin Street‘s Whimsical Cover

In this special series, we are releasing the cover designers’ exclusive musings on their creations. In hearing their thoughts, we hope the depth and creativity behind the covers bursts forth, bringing a new light to the face of Hendrickson’s books. Written by Maria Poulopoulos, the cover designer of Green Dolphin Street: Elizabeth Goudge’s novel, Green … Continue reading About Green Dolphin Street‘s Whimsical Cover

We Choose Life: A Bright Cover for a Life-Changing Book

In this special series, we are releasing the cover designers’ exclusive musings on their creations. In hearing their thoughts, we hope the depth and creativity behind the covers bursts forth, bringing a new light to the face of Hendrickson’s books. Written by Karol Bailey, the cover designer of We Choose Life: Instead of focusing on the … Continue reading We Choose Life: A Bright Cover for a Life-Changing Book

Symbolism in Reflecting the Eternal‘s Cover Design

In this special series, we are releasing the cover designers’ exclusive musings on their creations. In hearing their thoughts, we hope the depth and creativity behind the covers bursts forth, bringing a new light to the face of Hendrickson’s books. Written by Keri O’Brian, cover designer of Reflecting the Eternal by Marsha Daigle-Williamson: The cover … Continue reading Symbolism in Reflecting the Eternal‘s Cover Design

Review: Jesus and the Remains of His Day

A wonderful review of Jesus and the Remains of His Day

707054_1_ftcJesus and the Remains of His Day: Studies in Jesus and the Evidence of Material Cultureby Craig A. Evans is a captivating collection of up-to-date essays on a number of archaeological discoveries related to the earthly ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. In this book, Evans helpfully exposes the misuse of archaeology in relation to claims about Jesus and early Christianity, and rightly seeks to demonstrate the usefulness of archaeology within the discipline of biblical studies. Evans is an accomplished scholar and his work here is consistently well-documented and easy to read—the latter being one of the most surprising aspects of the book given the typical flavor of similar works.

Jesus and the Remains of His Day begins with an excellent discussion surrounding some of the most recent archaeological work at Bethsaida and Magdala. The reader will find the discussion both engaging and enlightening, and it sets the stage well…

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