In what sense, if any, is the Bible true? This question is the theme of the book, which is an historian's interpretation of the Bible. The author explores the problems of fact and fiction, from biblical prophecy to modern archaeology.
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"Magnificent...delivered with authority and verve. Learned but never pedantic, [Lane Fox] is an unfailingly incisive, thought-provoking, humane, courteous, and often entertaining guide." -- The Economist "A remarkable achievement...[Lane Fox] manages, like a skilled juggler, to keep a number of intellectual balls in the air...with wit and grace.... The book could serve as a useful review for knowledgeable readers or as a crash course for the biblically impaired." -- The New York Times Book Review "[A] bracing precis of cutting-edge biblical criticism... The Unauthorized Version reacquaints us with one of the chief achievements of post-Enlightenment civilization." -- Philadelphia InquirerAbout the Author:
Robin Lane Fox is Britain's most widely admired ancient historian. He was born in 1946 and educated at Eton and Magdalen College, Oxford. He is a Fellow of New College, Oxford, and a University Reader in Ancient History. His other books include Alexander the Great (of which Penguin has now sold over 100,000 copies), Pagans and Christians and The Unauthorized Version. He was historical advisor to Oliver Stone on the making of Stone's film Alexander, for which he waived all his fees on condition that he could take part in the cavalry charge against elephants which Stone staged in the Moroccan desert.
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Descripción Viking, 1991. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110670824127
Descripción Viking. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 0670824127 New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW6.0323402