Item description for Prophets, Captives, and the Kingdom Rebuilt: Jonah- Esther-Ezekiel-Daniel-Job-Ezra/Nehemiah-Psalms (Z Graphic Novels / Manga Bible) (v. 5) by Young Shin Lee, Brett Burner & J. S. Earls...
Overview Retells in graphic novel format the Old Testament books of Kings 2, Chronicles 1 and 2, Ezra, Nehemiah, and many of the prophetic books, including the righteous behavior of King Josiah and the deeds and messages of the prophets.
Publishers Description What's going on here! The people that the Lord rescued from slavery in Egypt are now worshiping fake gods and sacrificing their children to idols! But God doesn't give up on Israel and Judah right away. He sends strange men called prophets, who see visions and get swallowed by fish as they warn of God's growing anger. And every once in a while, you meet a good king like Josiah, who calls the people back to the right way. Find out if kings and prophets can keep Israel---and later, Judah---from getting clobbered.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.3" Width: 5" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Aug 17, 2008
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Series Manga Bible
Series Number 5
ISBN 0310712912 ISBN13 9780310712916 UPC 025986712914
Availability 0 units.
More About Young Shin Lee, Brett Burner & J. S. Earls
Young Shin Lee has a masters degree in Korean Studies, founded the Korean Cultural Research Center, and is currently serving at the Korean Defense Graduate School Church. He wrote The Manhwa Bible for the youth in his native county of Korea.
Young Shin Lee has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Prophets, Captives, and the Kingdom Rebuilt: Jonah- Esther-Ezekiel-Daniel-Job-Ezra/Nehemiah-Psalms (Z Graphic Novels / Manga Bible) (v. 5)?
Manga Bible Books Sep 23, 2008
All these are great. The faster the guy writes them the better. My son hated to read at the beginning of the school year (early-August for us) and I am not kidding when I say these books helped to actually enjoy all kinds of reading. I bought the first one and two days later he asked me if there were more! Now he doesn't seem to mind reading books without pictures. It could just be he was ready to read more but I can't help but feel these books had something to do with it.