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YHWH (Yahweh) - Ancient Stories Retold: The Flood The Fish & the Giant - cover

YHWH (Yahweh) - Ancient Stories Retold: The Flood The Fish & the Giant

G P Taylor

Publisher: Authentic Media

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In a world where children are probably more familiar with Harry Potter than Jesus, it's often hard to encourage them to read the Bible in its traditional form. YHWH introduces the wonderful Bible stories to them in a way that captures their imagination. YHWH is based on Scripture but adds description and allegory to make the stories come alive.  The project is supported by Walk Through the Bible Ministries who teach the Bible to over 40,000 school children each year. It makes an great evangelism tool and gift for young people unfamiliar with the classic Bible narratives.

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