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  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Biblical Commentary / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:256
  • eBook ISBN:9781667812243
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667812236

The Unpreached Bible

by Avian Messenger

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"The Unpreached Bible" uses all of the books of the Bible to examine neglected scriptures; explore history that has been ignored; and address relevant topics that are either avoided, or misrepresented today. Readers will acquire greater knowledge of biblical facts, and insight into their meanings. 


"The Unpreached Bible" offers biblical commentary with eighteen main topics. Covering important concepts ranging from Genesis and Noah's flood to the twelve apostles, this must-read book offers an in-depth look into some of the most fundamental topics of Christianity. Historically accurate and thoroughly researched, this is an essential read for every Christian. Avian Messenger shares everything that you need to know to get a firm understanding of the Bible so that you can live as God intended. You will certainly be inspired by many parts of this book – especially as Jesus and his performed miracles are discussed. You also will be enlightened and possibly even surprised by other parts – such as chapter seventeen that describes Satan, the Beast, and the false prophet. Get your copy today and learn the Bible in its totality so that you can follow God's path and achieve ultimate salvation!

About the author
Raised in Pittsburgh, PA, the author left home at seventeen to go to Kodiak, Alaska, where he found work unloading crabs from boats for a cannery. A few months later when he turned eighteen, he joined the U.S. Army. He served for four years, one year at Ft. Knox, KY, and three years in Germany behind the Berlin Wall. Upon his discharge, he found employment at the Pa. Dept. of Transportation where he patched potholes and plowed snow while attending truck driving school. After completing that training course, he became an over-the-road tractor-trailer driver, and drove for several companies and a Texas state agency. For thirteen years, he hauled just about every imaginable kind of cargo on a wide variety of trailers. When he was thirty-six, he started his first semester of community college. He stayed on the Dean's List for the next two years, and earned an associate degree in business management. He opened an organic grocery store, but it failed after only two years. He started a vending service which he operated for twenty-three years. He took early retirement at sixty-two. A year later, the Coronavirus pandemic struck, and everything was shut down. This afforded him the opportunity to concentrate on writing the "Unpreached Bible" commentary.

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