Biblical Anatolia : From Genesis to the Councils
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Yayıncı A Turizm ( 06 / 2000 ) ISBN 9789757199250 | Büyük boy | İngilizce | 240 Sayfa | Türler Arkeoloji | Din / Hıristiyanlık
The historical and cultural relations between Anatolia and the biblical world start at the beginning of the Old Testament (Gn 2:14) with the Tigris and the Euphrates, two of the rivers which flow through the Garden of Eden, and terminate at the end of the New Testament (Rv 16:12-15), again with the Euphrates where it dries up to allow the crossing of the forces of the nether world before the final battle at Armageddon. The Ararat, Noah's descendants by Japheth, the Sea Peoples, the journeys of Paul and the letters of John and Ignatius are a few of the hallmarks which bind the history of Anatolia to the Bible. Under about 70 headings this illustrated companion brings together the empires, religions, customs, people and holy places which are related both to Anatolia and the biblical world.