The Bible and Its Influence, Student Text, Second Edition
The student textbook is a hardcover, full-color, 373-page volume that covers the content of Genesis to Revelation. It is described as a feast for the eyes for its spectacular beauty and contains some of the world s most famous art, as well as sidebar features on how the Bible has influenced literature, poetry, music, art, history, public rhetoric, and Western civilization. Special one-or two-page features include Abraham Lincoln and the Bible, Handel s Messiah, The Bible and Emancipation, Shakespeare and the Bible, plus many more. The textbook was edited by Cullen Schippe, vice-president and publisher for Music, Religion, and Social studies at Macmillan/McGraw-Hill and Chuck Stetson, founder and chairman of the Bible Literacy Project. The book was examined prior to publication by 40 reviewers, with their feedback incorporated into the editing of the text.
Specifications of The Bible and Its Influence, Student Text, Second Edition
|Author||Chuck Stetson, Cullen Schippe|
|Number Of Pages||373|
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