You may be wondering, “Why would I want to read a book about the Bible?”
My book will help you think through the question, "What do I believe about the Bible?"
In fact readers have commented that between Hezbollah, Islamic terrorists, conservative nationalistic Israelis, and fundamentalist Christians – all using their scriptures to proclaim themselves to be right – to understand what the Bible is – and isn't! – is a very relevant issue right now.
Additionally, in light of the Discovery Channel's recent TV special on the Tomb of Jesus, the book's treatment (pp 141-143) of the empty grave is quite eye-opening.
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Donald L. O'Dell holds a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and an undergraduate degree in history from North Texas.
As an ordained United Presbyterian minister, he served as a street gang minister in Trenton, NJ. In addition he had two separate pastorates in Oklahoma, where he also served as Chaplain in a county hospital.
He continued to serve smaller congregations after he joined the private sector in business. Semi-retired, Don resides in Tennessee with his wife, Marcia. He is active with a proposal consulting business.
He also remains an active participant in a New Thought spiritual groups and congregations.
This is a book of my spiritual journey. For many years it's clearly been for me, and others I have spoken with, a self discovery tool; it is also a formidable bible study guide to help anyone with the context of researching the Bible.