A Journey through the Mysteries of Islam, the Early Church, and the World's Oldest Civilization
Its culture has captured the imagination of the world for more than 4000 years. . . but Navigating the Worldviews of Egypt will show you the Egypt you have never seen before. Discover the people and worldviews behind the mummy wrappings and hieroglyphs. Understand not only what Egypt was, but why it was, and what it has become. Master the ideas that ruled its society, religion, and government. . . and still haunt ours today. Learn how three of the world’s most powerful ideologies – ancient paganism,Christianity, and Islam – have built and rebuilt Egypt across the millennia.
This vibrant, image-rich crash-course in history, culture, and worldview takes readers on a journey through Egypt's story, from Mizraim to Moses to Mark to Muhammad to Mubarak. Exploring language, government, art, technology, archaeology, creation and evolution, theology, the early church, jihad, Shariah law, and much more, this book provides the worldview tools to analyze not just Egypt, but any culture, from a Biblical perspective. Navigating the Worldviews of Egypt will equip students to comprehend and defeat some of the oldest ideologies in history, which still dominate the modern world.
This 220-page full color book includes stunning images, maps, and charts, and includes suggested reading and study questions for each of the topics as it follows the DVD episodes.
Isaac Botkin, David Noor
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Format: Book (Paperback)
Publisher: Western Conservatory of the Arts and Sciences
Date Published: Dec 01, 2010
Dimensions: 8.50 x 11.00 x 0.50 (in)
Weight: 31.90 oz