A visual tour of the promised land, from the stark vistas of the Judean wilderness to the lush banks of the Jordan
Dr Peter Walker studied Classics and Early Church History at Cambridge University and has done extensive research at post-doctoral level on attitudes to Jerusalem in the time of both the Bible and the Early Church. For many years he taught New Testament Studies at Wycliffe Hall within the University of Oxford and was for five years Professor of Biblical Studies at Trinity School for Ministry, near Pittsburgh in the United States. He has authored a dozen books and written numerous articles on Jesus, the New Testament and the Holy Land today, as well as on issues in the Anglican Communion. Peter is an ordained clergyman in the Church of England and has led guided tours to the lands of the Bible for over 30 years. He and his wife, Georgie, now live back in the UK and have two married children. For further information, visit Peter's website: walkwaybooks.com.
"This beautiful illustrated hardback would make a welcome addition
to the library or coffee table of anyone." Life and Work
"Stunning large-scale photographs, linked and illuminated by an insightful text, encapsulate the four thousand year sweep of the history of the Holy Land in a way that will refresh the expert and instruct the beginner." Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, OP, Ecole Biblique, Jerusalem
"The photos in this book are breathtaking! The text tells 4000 years of people living in the land of Israel, and makes this history come alive with numerous gorgeous illustrations on every page. It's a wonderful resource..." Laura Di Giovine