The Sons Of Isaac Paperback
God the only perfect father
by Roberta Kells Dorr;
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Live the grand story of the descendants of Abraham in this capstone of the Roberta Kells Dorr biblical fiction series
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The Sons Of Isaac
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This work is a new, unpublished title, of Abraham's descendants featuring Isaac's sons, Jacob and Esau, told with the same critical eye and careful study Dorr is known for. In it, faith keeps Abraham from accepting the king's daughter as a wife for Isaac, but fear almost keeps Rebekah from leaving her home to become Isaac's spouse.
When God tells Rebekah that she will bear Isaac twin sons and the youngest will serve the older, Jacob is skeptical. But that revelation will mark the lives of Jacob and Esau and influence generations to come.
This tale of family love, greed, jealousy, hope, manipulation, stubbornness, idol worship, famine, and faith in the one God, Elohim, is taken from the pages of biblical history but sounds like a headline from today's magazines.
The human story turns full cycle when Jacob blesses two of his sons, Manasseh and Ephraim, saying that the younger will become greater than the older; a theme that runs throughout The Sons of Isaac to underline and contrast with the perfect fatherhood of God.
The Sons Of Isaac by Roberta Kells Dorr was published by Moody in May 2014 and is our 23500th best seller. The ISBN for The Sons Of Isaac is 9780802409591.
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About the author
ROBERTA KELLS DORR is the author of seven books: six novels, one biography. She majored in creative writing at the University of Maryland and received her master's in Religious Education from the Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. For seventeen years Dorr lived in the Middle East as the wife of a busy missionary surgeon and the mother of five children.
On her return to the United States she carried with her the manuscript of the first novel she had written and researched extensively over the years. She claimed that the years in the Middle East, the exposure to their culture, and the experiences she had while there profoundly influenced what she wrote.
Details for The Sons Of Isaac
|Author / Artist||Roberta Kells Dorr|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Moody (May 2014)|
|Number of Pages||256|
|Page last updated||16th July 2015|