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Its the fastest method to get the large photo. The Holman QuickSource Bible Atlas packs an awesome quantity of data concerning the actual context of biblical occasions right into a booklet thats effortless to hold and simple to use.
And now, with this colourful compact quantity, youll consistently have those information within reach for quick, effortless, responsible reference. incorporated listed below are greater than three hundred maps, charts, pictures, and biblical reconstructions illuminating the geographical context of key biblical themes like
- Abrahams journeys
- The marvelous deliverance of Israel from Egypt below Moses leadership
- Joshuas conquest of Canaan
- Davids uniting Israel as one nation
- The department of the dominion after the demise of Solomon
- The Babylonian Exile
- Jesus beginning and childhood
- Jesus ministry in Judea, Galilee, and Perea
- A daily account of ardour Week in Jerusalem
- the growth of the early church
- Pauls missionary trips

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The high point of the hill country of Ephraim is the hill of Baal-hazor (2 Sam. 13:23), 3,333 feet in elevation, located five miles northeast of Bethel. The hills of Ephraim are well watered, receiving up to 30 inches of rain annually in regions west of the watershed ridge. This, plus the numerous small springs that dot the wadis, provides ample water resources for agriculture. Like the hill country of Judah, the hills of Ephraim are terraced, and their rich terra rosa soil provides excellent crops of grapes, figs, olives, pomegranates, and almonds.

Attempted to push into the hill country at the same time that Israel was trying to expand its influence toward the coast. Eventually large powers from the outsideAssyria and Babylon from the east, Greece and Rome from the I , \ T lib HOLMAN QUICKSOURCE west-swept down the coastal plain with their eye on the wealth of Egypt, running over the local inhabitants in the process. The Philistines disappeared from history, although their name lives on in the term Palestine. The Israelites and Judeans, able to find refuge in the rugged hill country to the east, survived as the spiritual ancestors of both Jews and Christians today.

80:1-19). The Shephe/oh The Shephelah (lit. "lowland," translated "western foothills" by the NIV) is the area of low, rolling Eocene hills between the hill country of Judah and the coastal plain (Deut. 1:7; Josh. 9:1; 10:40; 15:33-36; 1 Kings 10:27; 2 Chron. 26:10; Jer. 17:26). This region covers approximately 250 square miles (25 miles x 10 miles), and its hills vary in elevation from 300 to 1,200 feet. A hard mineral crust called nari, three to five feet thick, covers the hills of the Shephelah, rendering them practically useless for agriculture.

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