Babel: The Story of the Tower and the Rebellion of Man (Fall of Man)

September 25, 2019 - Comment

A sweeping, epic retelling of the story of the Tower of Babel. . .  More than a century after the worldwide flood, Noah, now the forefather of the living world, works peacefully in his vineyard until tragedy tears apart his relationship with his son, Ham.  Years later, dark prophetic dreams inextricably link him with a

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A sweeping, epic retelling of the story of the Tower of Babel. . . 

More than a century after the worldwide flood, Noah, now the forefather of the living world, works peacefully in his vineyard until tragedy tears apart his relationship with his son, Ham. 

Years later, dark prophetic dreams inextricably link him with a young man carrying scars from a painful past, and a young woman who longs for acceptance yet harbor secrets darker than either of them imagine. 

Will Noah face the role he played in the slow unraveling of his family? Or will everything collapse when they meet the evil attempting to swallow the world at. . . the Tower of Babel?

Read today to experience biblical fiction that helps you think biblically and feel deeply. 

Comments

Anonymous says:

Loved it Loved reading this…kept me on edge..read in 3 days..love books like this.This puts the blank spaces that is in the creation and Babel and other blanks from the Bible to life…Mcpherson’s imagination like mine…no dragons like in fairy tales..just good and evil in humans…and love his blog.

Anonymous says:

Brave imagination upon fact What was it like in the years after the floor until Bable? An excellent supposition with Biblical insight into human hearts and exciting turn of events always present in the lives of or Father’s children. The “Man” is never boring. A clear presentation of repentance and grace.

Anonymous says:

Great Read that Brings the Story to Life! Fictionalization in biblical stories is nothing new. I remember watching The Ten Commandments when I was a child, and it made the story so much more vivid. Babel in a sense reminds me of Titanic. One can read a factual account but when we become involved in the characterizations, their motivations, and the hardships they must face and overcome, the emotional bond we have with the story and its impact upon us is magnified greatly. Just as a sinking ship became so much more in our hearts as we…

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