The Pilgrim's Progress, The Complete Works of Flavius Josephus, and Newton's Revised History of Ancient Kingdoms are without a doubt three historic literary works that every Bible-believing reader should have in their library.
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The Complete Works of Flavius Josephus
by William Whiston
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An exquisite reproduction of a circa-1850 large, single-volume collection of Flavius Josephus' complete literary works. A priest, scholar, and warrior, this Jewish historian was born just a few years after the death of Jesus Christ. Best known for his works The Antiquities of the Jews and The Jewish Wars, Josephus is an oft-cited source for students of biblical chronology and history.
This classic translation by William Whiston is a treasure of information and beautifully detailed artwork from the historic Tallis publishing family, best known for their illustrated maps of the world with detailed vignettes. Their work is highly prized and collected, and the caliber of this quality is shown in each of the over 60 full-page steel engravings featuring the work of the most skilled artisans of the time. Each illustration is framed with an ornate and highly detailed border, each unique and a testament to the dilligence and quality of craftsmanship that became a signature of the Tallis company.
Newton's Revised History of Ancient Kingdoms
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When you think of Sir Isaac Newton, you normally think of a great scientist and mathematician. His contributions to these areas of human knowledge are enormous. The same genius he applies to other disciplines, Newton also brings to bear on ancient history. Like a first rate defense attorney, Newton cross-examines the ancient writers, using their own words against them to expose their logical inconsistencies. He then develops a more sound chronology using scientific method based on logic, observations, astronomy, and just plain common sense.
Newton worked on this project for over forty years, but it was not published until 1728, a year after he died. Master Books is republishing this landmark book in a format and style suitable for today’s readers, and most of secular ancient history before 700 BC will need drastic revision in the light of Newton’s detailed findings.