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The Authenticity of the Book of Esther

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The Book of Esther is strange. Of all the books in the Bible, not once – it is said - does it mention the Name, nor even a title of God (though we will say more on that question later). One would think, therefore, that on that account the critics would have left it alone. But no. Over the years the Book of Esther has been left to lay under the same stultifying fog of ...more
Kindle Edition, 69 pages
Published February 23rd 2013
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Jun 05, 2015 Tintinrulz rated it liked it
"The Authenticity of the Book of Esther" by Bill Cooper is another title in the brilliant "Authenticity" series. Herein, he explores the historical evidence for the book of Esther being truth. This book is my least favourite of the series. It's well-researched, just a bit dull and the author sometimes goes on a tangent. Still, there's good content. For example, I was fascinated to learn about the parallels between Haman's sons and the hanging of Nazi leaders during World War Two. In short, "The ...more
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Bill Cooper is a Vice President of the Creation Science Movement in England. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor on the Master Faculty at the Institute for Creation Research School of Biblical Apologetics. He is the author of After the Flood (1995); Paley's Watchmaker (1997); William Tyndale's 1526 New Testament (old-spelling ed. British Library. 2000); The Wycliffe New Testament of 1388 ...more
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