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The God Whom Moses Knew A Novel
By J. Roger Nelson, M.D.
Published by WestBow Press
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On 6/6 Simply Emmy wrote: At first look, I thought the book is non-fiction but it's actually a novel about the life and times of Moses - a fictional account of Moses with the author filling in the gaps and the in-between scenes that we don't read in the Bible. It's a historical exploration of the books of Genesis and Exodus with ... The God Whom Moses Knew - A Novel
On 6/3 jlschock wrote: I enjoyed reading this book. I could not put the book down. Being a mother of 5 young children, I do not say that lightly. The book is a fascinating fictional story of Moses' life based on historical records found in the Bible and other documents which are well documented throughout the book. The ... Book review: The God Whom Moses Knew by J. Roger Nelson
On 12/23 James Mason wrote: I hate to be one of the firsts to give a book a bad review, but for a few reasons I must do so. Firstly, for some reason the writing style is incredibly boring. Next my problem is that this book is a work of fiction, I believed it was a non-ficition story recounting the tale of Moses. This wouldn’t ... Monday Musings #29
On 12/9 LadyShearon wrote: I enjoyed this book, and I rarely read fiction. However, I love the story of Moses, and the description of this book just pulled me in. In some ways, this book reads like a paraphrase of the story of Moses. There is a lot of narrative in places, as must be expected, particularly when the Tabernacle ... A Wonderful Book
On 9/11 Toyin Agunbiade wrote: Its Roger Nelson’s version of events of the Israelite’s story through Moses’ eyes. I love the fact that it is written from the perspective of what may have been running through the minds of Moses, Aaron, Miriam and the Israelites. You feel like you are actually in that age wen reading this book ... Book Review: The God Whom Moses Knew (A Novel) by J. Roger Nelson, M.D.
On 9/4 Jonathan Esterman wrote: What if you had the chance to experience a more intimate form of the tale of Moses? What if you could figuratively walk alongside this revered forefather of the Bible? Would you take hold of the opportunity? I don’t know if there’s a single individual that wouldn’t. Whether it be to learn the ... A fictional chance to live history
On 4/17 Bina wrote: My Review:This is a fictional retelling of Moses's story from the Bible - and while it was interesting on many levels...there are times when the story being told doesn't toally match up to the scripture it was based on. It was a little on the heavy side, but all in all, I would say it was an "ok" ... The God Whom Moses Knew
On 4/8 THE SELF-TAUGHT COOK wrote: BECKON by Tom PawlikList Price: 12.99 ISBN: 978-1-4143-3873-6Binding: SoftcoverRelease: April 2012 People are missing. Jack Kendrick, a 21-year old anthropologist, is searching for his father. Elina Gutierrez, on ... SUNDAY BOOK REVIEW: BECKON, MAKING PIECE & GIVEAWAY LINK
On 3/7 Two Cents Worth wrote: Roger Nelson succeeds in bringing Hebrew history of the Bible to life. Staying true to the scripture, he takes us into the Pharoah’s palace where Moses grew up, then into the hovels the Hebrew people lived in, and into the fields they were forced to work. In Dr. Nelson’s book, we become a part of ... The God Whom Moses Knew - a review
On 2/21 Qathy wrote: The God Whom Moses Knew by J. Roger Nelson, M.D., is a novel tightly shaped by the biblical narrative of the Exodus, richly textured with commentary, viewed through the lens of Moses' life. Imaginative little vignettes introduce the backstories of major characters. More attentive editing would improve ... The God Whom Moses Knew