Item description for Oriel in the Desert: An Archangel's Account of the Life of Moses by Robert Harrison...
Overview What does it take to transform an unbelieving melancholic murderer into a godly leader of a new nation? The personal diary of Archangel Oriel gives us an inside track on Moses, who rises from a dysfunctional family background to engage in the intrigue of Egyptian politics. After head-to-head confrontation with his step-cousin Pharoah Ramses II, Moses leads the escape from forced labour of the demoralised slaves who are destined to become God's chosen people.
Publishers Description The third title in the bestselling Archangel Oriel trilogy. Oriel's assignment is to get alongside Moses at the 'burning bush experience' as he receives instructions to set the Israelites free of Egyptian oppression. Oriel closely follows Moses in his ministry in the same way that he followed Jesus and Paul in the first two stories. As usual, there is plenty of humour and much moving insight as Oriel gets behind the scenes of the affairs of both heaven and earth. This book will provoke fresh appreciation for this central episode in God's plan of salvation.
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Studio: Scripture Union
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.14" Width: 5.78" Height: 0.73" Weight: 1.08 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2004
Publisher SCRIPTURE UNION
ISBN 1844270912 ISBN13 9781844270910
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More About Robert Harrison
Dr Robert Harrison (1944 2007) was a member of the Department of History and Welsh History at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, for more than thirty years. His numerous publications on nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American politics, particularly on Congress and the District of Columbia, made a very significant contribution to the field. They include State and Society in Twentieth-Century America (1997) and Congress, Progressive Reform, and the New American State (Cambridge University Press, 2004). An active participant in the research community of American history, Dr Harrison was a long-standing member of BAAS and was closely involved in the British American Nineteenth Century Historians' organization (BrANCH), organizing two major conferences on American history in 2000 and 2004.