Trade Ed. ChristianAudio 2013
DD ISBN 9781610457064 $14.98
Sean Runnette narrates the story of Collins’s discovery of the ancient city of Sodom and how he used the Bible as his guide to find it. Runnette perfectly renders the frustration of Collins’s initial searches before he decides to follow geographical clues from the Bible. He captures Collins’s contagious excitement when the search grid narrows to the Kikkar of Jordan, then to the Tall el-Hammam, north and east of the Dead Sea. Vivid descriptions of the massive walls and thick layers of ash that cover one of the largest Bronze Age sites in the Middle East add legitimacy to the Bible as a credible historical source. However, a glazed pottery fragment, when tested, challenges the mythology of the Bible in its revelation that it was formed by a burst of 2,000-degree heat. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2013]
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