Hebrew Wars: A Military History of Ancient Israel from Abraham to Judges (Paperback)

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By Cam Rea
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Of all that is studied and published concerning the Bible by parishioners, theologians, or intellectuals, the focus on Israel's military history is almost nonexistent. However, there are a handful of books dedicated to the military topic from a secular view, including Chaim Herzog and Mordechai Gichon's Battles of the Bible, T.R. Hobbs A Time for War: A Study of Warfare in the Old Testament, Martin Sicker's The Rise and Fall of the Ancient Israelite States, and Richard A. Gabriel's The Military History of Ancient Israel, just to name a few. What this book will attempt to demonstrate is that if we read between the lines of the Biblical text, we will find convincing answers to some of the harder questions versus what many believe or are skeptical of concerning the wars and battles documented in the Bible. By focusing on the leaders, such as Abraham, Moses, and Joshua, to name a few, and reviewing their politics, strategies, tactics, and weapons, starting with Abraham all the way to the end of the book of Judges, we will be able to separate myth from reality. In doing so, we will discover a rich, painful, and vast military history, of which most are unaware.

About the Author

Cam Rea is a Military Historian. He has written several books and numerous articles. Mr. Rea is currently a contributing writer for Classical Wisdom Weekly.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781515243243
ISBN-10: 1515243249
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: July 27th, 2015
Pages: 288
Language: English

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