Steven D. Anderson – A.D. Riddle – Todd Bolen, Photo Companion to the Bible. The Gospels. I. Matthew. II. Mark. III. Luke. IV. John (www.BiblePlaces.com 2017)


Abstract

Review: Steven D. Anderson – A.D. Riddle – Todd Bolen, Photo Companion to the Bible. The Gospels. I. Matthew. II. Mark. III. Luke. IV. John (www.BiblePlaces.com 2017). DVD & download. 299 USD


Keywords

Gospel; geography; topography; archaeology; Holy Land


Published : 2018-11-07


Kubiś, A. (2018). Steven D. Anderson – A.D. Riddle – Todd Bolen, Photo Companion to the Bible. The Gospels. I. Matthew. II. Mark. III. Luke. IV. John (www.BiblePlaces.com 2017). Verbum Vitae, 34, 495-497. https://doi.org/10.31743/vv.2018.34.19

Adam Kubiś  adamkubis@kul.pl
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin  Poland
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4961-2254

Ks. Adam Kubiś, prezbiter diecezji rzeszowskiej, doktor nauk biblijnych École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem (2012), adiunkt w Katedrze Egzegezy Ewangelii i Pism Apostolskich Instytutu Nauk Biblijnych KUL.






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