Criminals of the Bible: Twenty-Five Case Studies of Biblical Crimes and Outlaws

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FaithWalk Pub., 2006 - Religion - 241 pages
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A historical account of twenty-five biblical crimes, the people involved, the consequences of their actions and the lessons learned. The Bible is filled with crimes committed by the famous and the infamous. Contains the biblical account of each crime, what the crime was at the time and what it would be now, and what the punishment was then and what it would be now. Entertaining, thought provoking and informative.

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Mark Jones is Assistant Keeper, Department of Coins and Medals, British Museum. He is the author of "The Art of the Medal", "Medals of the Sun King", "The Dance of Death", and "Contemporary British Medals", and editor of "The Medal" and "Medailles".

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