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Noah There were giants in the earth in those days It was a virgin earth gone wrong a world touched by strange creatures angelic beings and the wickedness of men Only one man warned of the cataclysm to co

  • Title: Noah
  • Author: Ellen Gunderson Traylor
  • ISBN: 9780970027412
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Paperback
  • There were giants in the earth in those days It was a virgin earth gone wrong a world touched by strange creatures, angelic beings, and the wickedness of men Only one man warned of the cataclysm to come Noah as you never knew him This may be the most unusual novel you will ever read Hailed by critics for its daring theories of the pre Flood world and the preacherThere were giants in the earth in those days It was a virgin earth gone wrong a world touched by strange creatures, angelic beings, and the wickedness of men Only one man warned of the cataclysm to come Noah as you never knew him This may be the most unusual novel you will ever read Hailed by critics for its daring theories of the pre Flood world and the preacher of righteousness.

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    1. I love this book. I’ve read it twice and know that I will pick it up again one day. Traylor boldly creates a fantastic work of historical Christian fiction that in my estimation is completely plausible. Her point of view is one rarely discussed, so for me, it was quite refreshing to see it so matter-of-factly explored. This book can be very challenging (I know, I loaned it to a friend) to one’s traditional religious ideals. In my experience, the topic is never preached from the pulpit. Did a [...]

    2. THis book actually dates further back than the copy listed here. I read this back in 1990. Probably was my first book by this author. An interesting imagining of the pre-flood world.

    3. This was a fascinating book. The author did a fantastic job of presenting my most favorite Old Testament story. One of my most cherished childhood toys was my Noah's Ark with the accompanying animals. She presented some new twists on this time period. Who would have imagined that man at that time had reached a high degree of technology and even have crafts that flew. When you think about it, it was 2,000 years back to Adam. It could have been possible. Most renditions of Noah have him in skins a [...]

    4. This was a fascinating book.Traylor is brilliant with Biblical fiction and in this book, Noah, she takes that a step further. In a good way.Always mindful of the Biblical boundaries, she still gives us a pre-Flood world that contains the origins of myths and legends that have colored global stories for the duration of Mankind's history.With heartbreaking sorrow, with surprising joy, with humor and love and a devotion to God, Noah is an enriching, edifying read.

    5. Noah, by Ellen Gunderson Traylor is a wonderful author of bible fiction and did not disappoint with Noah. Is of course fiction because she begins with a young Noah full of pride because he is from the line of Seth instead of Cain and God teaching him that faith not your family history is salvation. This book was thought provoking from it's first pages and I recommend it to any lover of bible history.

    6. An imaginative adventure of what the world was like in the days of Noah. Including demi-gods, nepherim, talking animals, seduction, and more. The author creates a living fiction based off of verses across the Bible relating to the days of Noah. One of the more entertaining and books I've read and so far everyone I've recommended it to has found it fascinating.

    7. More fictional than factual, this book nevertheless attempts a credible account of some of the behind-the-scenes events and processes that the biblical figure was involved in. A large portion of the book describes the giants, "heroes of old, men of renown" as the Bible refers to them; the progeny of fallen angels and the daughters of men. These are pagan supermen who use a technology more advanced than today and they, along with their technology, vanish utterly with the global flood. These super [...]

    8. This book takes a different approach and look of the life of the prophet Noah. I have never considered what life was like before the flood, other than there was wickedness on the Earth. She has several theories that do not follow my own way of thinking. Her theories are interesting, but they leave me with a feeling of let down in this book. If you want to read this book as being almost completely fictional, then it is an interesting read.

    9. Hello, my name is Julie, and I was wondering. Is there any chance that this book could be made available in an audio format? I am visually impaired, and so it is difficult for me to read small print. It is, however, much easier for me to access books in an audio format.

    10. I think only about 1/2 the story was true. Being a bible reader, parts of the book I couldn't agree with or even imagine.

    11. I loved this story. You want to know how Ham, Shem and Cush found their wives in a time when men were doing only evil all the time? A very interesting, thought provoking read. Enjoy.

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