[PDF] Download ☆ Noah: Man of Destiny | by ¸ Tim Chaffey K. Marie Adams


  • Title: Noah: Man of Destiny
  • Author: Tim Chaffey K. Marie Adams
  • ISBN: 9780890519721
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback

  • Noah Man of Destiny takes readers on a captivating, coming of age journey Noah learns about the Most High while standing against a sinister belief system emerging throughout the land Whether escaping legendary beasts, tracking kidnappers, or pursuing his future wife, Noah acquires the skills he will need when God calls him to his greatest adventure surviving the globalNoah Man of Destiny takes readers on a captivating, coming of age journey Noah learns about the Most High while standing against a sinister belief system emerging throughout the land Whether escaping legendary beasts, tracking kidnappers, or pursuing his future wife, Noah acquires the skills he will need when God calls him to his greatest adventure surviving the global Flood Witness the struggle of a righteous man s battle against a culture that thought of evil continually Explore what it may have been like for a righteous man to relate to God before the Bible was written Non fiction portions in the back of the book help explain historical concepts and provide teaching sections that deal with issues and concerns that arise in the account Gain fresh insights into the people and events of the pre Flood world through the engaging, adventure filled first novel of the Remnant Trilogy.
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    Commentaires:

    Deon
    *This is a review copy from the publisher, Master Books. No review, positive or otherwise, was required—all opinions are my own.*Noah: Man of Destiny is a well-written, fascinating account of Noah. The author does a great job being true to the BIble with the limited amount of information about the character that it contains. This book covers Noah’s journey to become a boat builder, Noah finding his wife and Noah’s voyage in adulthood. This book helps the character of Noah come off the page [...]

    Linda Hoover
    Enjoyable, fairly easy read. An interesting, fictional take on Noah & his life. I loved that they stuck to the Bible wherever possible, but that they also fleshed out (very well, I thought) a well-known Biblical character, making him seem more real and historical (as, in fact, he was an historical person). Can't wait to read the second and third books in the series!

    Maggie
    The story itself was well-written and engaging; it was filled with adventure, romance, and drama. The storyline stayed true to the Bible where possible, and the creative licenses taken seemed plausible. Additionally I appreciated how the authors challenged stereotypes about Noah and the pre-flood world. I felt I gleaned a more accurate picture of the pre-flood world as I read the historical information included at the end of the book.

    Brianna
    I was hesitant to read a "what might have been" book concerning people from the Bible but the people who wrote it surely did their research and did what they could to understand the time while creating it to be an engaging read for today.

    Bethany Fehr
    I appreciate the intent of this book, that is, to dispel myths about the pre-flood world and give readers a biblical picture of what life might have been like during the early life of one of Genesis's most prominent figures. The book presents a number of creative ideas about pre-flood culture, though I think the story world had potential to be a lot more than it was. As a story, however, I think this book falls rather flat. I did enjoy the origin story of the villain though; she is actually one [...]

    Pc162342
    This book started out a little slow for me, as a peruser of secular novels, but the story picked up towards the end and certainly kept my interest throughout the book. I was happy to see that the book itself is not "preachy" and keeps focus on the story and characters more-so than just using it as a cover for propaganda. I can imagine taking on such a well-known character and story is daunting but Tim Chaffey has done a brilliant and entertaining job of bringing these characters to life with ene [...]

    Maryann
    This book helps one who knows the historical story of Noah to relate on a more personal level. We follow a man's coming into adulthood through his struggles and triumphs. Although I was disappointed with some of the descriptions as he was tempted by the Princess of Havil, we can see Noah as a real man and not just a childhood story of a man in a boat with a lot of animals. I went into this story knowing that there would most likely be a cliff-hanger since this is book one of three. I am not disa [...]

    Barbara Wilbur
    I enjoyed the first book of the Remnant Trilogy. It kept my attention early in the book but later dragged a bit. The ending was somewhat abrupt but I realize it needed to stop somewhere to allow the next in the series to emerge. I did find it creative, interesting and believable to have some begin to worship a false God in order to have evil take hold. Scripture doesn't give us many details about the way people became evil. Overall good read and I will certainly pick up book 2 when it releases i [...]

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