Travel through Israel

Paul Williams and Clive AndersonSKU: TTIS368 ISBN: 9781846251368



For many, the dream of visiting Israel becomes a reality but for others it remains a dream. Travel Through Israel is designed to benefit both the traveller and the dreamer. Combining helpful information with illuminating photographs, it turns mere names and locations into living people and places; and for those who are not able to visit Israel, it will serve as an armchair guide. Either way it will make the 'visit' more memorable and meaningful. Among the guide books available, Travel Through Israel will prove uniquely helpful to those who love this remarkable land.

About the Author:

Paul Williams is married to Ruth, and they have three children, Becci, Rachel and Joel. Paul became a Christian whilst working as a Financial Accountant. A few years later he trained for the ministry at the Evangelical Theological College of Wales, and then became a pastor in mid-Wales for nine years. In 1998, Paul moved to Swindon Evangelical Church and Bible Institute, where he continues to serve as pastor. He also serves on the board of the European Missionary Fellowship (EMF), and lectures in systematic theology at their School of Biblical Studies. Paul is actively involved with the Pastors’ Association of the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches(FIEC). Whenever possible, he (and Joel) enjoy fly-fishing.

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Customer Reviews

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Another excellent volume in this 'Travel through' series. Written as a guide for a traveller to keep with them but also of value to the armchair traveller. Many photographs of places mentioned in the Bible together with much background history, current situations, maps & travel information galore. I thoroughly enjoyed reading through & with no hope of ever visiting, I gained a much better understanding of the Israel that the visitor sees. So many places tied to stories in the Bible but part of modern Israel too.
Mary Bartholomew GoodBookStall Review 05/11/2008

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