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  • The Noah Flood Account

    $59.95

    The Noah Flood Account

    by John G Leslie

    Hundreds of works dealing with Noah’s flood have appeared over the last century. This present volume by Dr John Leslie, however, rises to the top. While the physical evidences presented in The Noah Flood Account as a True Narrative Representation appear in other resources, the outstanding and unique feature of Dr. Leslie’s book is the examination of the subject using the TNR (true narrative representation) theory of Dr. John Oller, revealing that the biblical flood story possesses all the characteristics of a TNR: determinancy, connectedness, and generalizability. Ollerian TNR linguistic theory is based on incontrovertible logic, and has the analytic capacity to assess the differences between TNRs, fictions, and lies. In his application of TNR theory, Dr. Leslie has powerfully argued that the Noah narrative arose from the physical reality of the event itself in remote antiquity. Linguistically, the Noah flood account is not fiction. This is a quantum leap for those continuing to explore the subject!

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  • The Parables of Jesus

    $9.95

    The Parables of Jesus

    by Latayne C. Scott PhD

    Award-winning author Latayne C. Scott examines some of Jesus’s most compelling teachings. On one level, the parables of Jesus seem like simple stories. But like diamond mines, like mirrors, they reveal hidden insights about how to be an authentic Christian and the strength to do it daily. This book contains daily readings, interactive group and individual exercises, and helps for leaders.

    $9.95
  • The Search for Sodom and Gomorrah 

    $14.00

    The Search for Sodom and Gomorrah 

    The Search for Sodom and Gomorrah is the first title to be released in the new Research & Discovery Series by TSU Press.  In this book you will find a valuable collection of the geographical, chronological, and archaeological research leading to the discovery of the infamous Cities of the Plain, and the ongoing explorations and excavations led by Dr. Collins and his American/Jordanian team of archaeologists and experts.

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  • The Tall al-Hammam Excavations, Volume 1

    $89.95

    The Tall al-Hammam Excavations, Volume 1

    by Steven Collins, Carroll M. Kobs & Michael C. Luddeni

    The Tall al-Hamman Excavations, Volume 1 is the first in a series of reports on the Tall al-Hammam Excavation Project, directed by Steven Collins of Trinity Southwest University and assisted by Gary Byers and Carroll Kobs, assistant dig directors. Co-author Mike Luddeni has been dig photographer since the inception of the Project. Excavations began in Jordan in 2005 2006 and have continued annually, without break, up to the present. This volume presents an overview of the site, with a period-by-period overview of Tall al-Hammam and its relationship to other sites in the vicinity in the Jordan Valley. It also includes the pottery profiles and assemblages and artifacts discovered in the course of these seasons. Future volumes will include in-depth excavation reports for specific areas of the Tall.

     

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    $89.95
  • Using Historical Synchronisms to Identify the Pharaoh of the Exodus

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    Using Historical Synchronisms to Identify the Pharaoh of the Exodus

    by Steven Collins PhD

    It is the purpose of this study to suggest a placement of the Old Testament Exodus/Conquest narratives alongside a corresponding segment of Egyptian history during the Eighteenth Dynasty, whereupon an optimal number of historical synchronisms are realized.

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  • Which Site is Sodom? A Comparison of Bab edh-Dhra and Tall el-Hammam

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    Which Site is Sodom? A Comparison of Bab edh-Dhra and Tall el-Hammam

    by Steven Collins PhD

    In this article, S. Collins responds to an article by C.E. Billington published in the Spring 2012 issue ofArtifax magazine titled “Tall el-Hammam is Not Sodom.” Billington rejects Collins’ identification of Tall el-Hammam as Sodom because the date of its destruction is too late (between 1750 and 1650 BCE) to conform to Billington’s early placement of Abr(ah)am, ca. 2166-1991 BCE. He also attempts to support a more southern location for Sodom via textual geography. Finally, Billington suggests that Tall el- Hammam is perhaps a ‘western’ Heshbon. Collins refutes these ideas as categorically untenable.

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