Genre: Biblical Fiction

Ben-Hur

Though an updated version of the movie is coming out this year, I strongly encourage readers to grab a copy of "Ben-Hur" and read it first. It’s
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Miriam

I came away from reading Miriam with a renewed desire to dig into the account found in scripture, which I think is the best indicator of a well-done
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Esther

Steeped in political turmoil and rich in cultural and historical details, Rebecca Kanner’s "Esther" is a fabulous retelling of one of the Bible’s most renowned stories.
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A.D. 33

The best aspect of "A.D. 33" is in the truths that speak deeply to the reader, challenging them to understand what we could be if we believe in
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Exodus

"Exodus" combines imagination with scripture to highlight the amazing power, strength, forgiveness, and faithfulness of the God we serve.
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The Tomb

In "The Tomb", Stephanie brings Martha to life in a vibrant, realistic way, and I saw pieces of my own heart in Martha’s character.
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