Popular Books on Biblical Fiction

 

A commentator said: “If you want to read something precise, stick to the Bible”. The word biblical word refers to the works of stories that use characters, background, and actions taken from the Bible. These works have different degrees of hypothetical and, although they are generally penned by Christians or Jews, this is not always the case. Did you know that reading stories can be a great way to be more enchanted in God’s Word? Reading the historical stories that are well-researched and established in the Biblical times can be one of the most fun ways to deepen you in that ancient world. There is a large collection of Bible books, and the Bible writers were not novelists. They wrote the facts, events, and dates with their prospect because they had gone by the Spirit of God. When they mentioned events, however, they were committed to writing an additional form like an artist who sketches pencils. What a principled Bible novelist does is taking the scripture and bringing it in real life with the layers of colorful and textured and sensory statements. Closely examined and well-written story can help you understand the context of the Bible as never before. All Biblical books were written for the typical, ancient group of people with a specific culture.

The Fifth Mountain

The fifth mountain is one of the most extraordinary works of historical tales. It is a story about Elijah - his trials and hardships, as well as his happiness, love and great achievements.

Read it For:
Read it if you really loved reading alchemist.
Don't Read it For:
Don't read if you have no interest in reading alchemist.
What makes this book stand out?:
It is an inspirational and great insight on what difference even a single soul can make. It's actually about finding out our mission in life.

Shikhandi: And Other ‘Queer’ Tales They Don’t Tell You

Shikhandi: and other tales they don't tell you" is a book focussed on alternate sexuality - the queerness, the fluidity of gender, the acceptance of the "not normal": from eunuchs to same-sex relationships suggestive of homosexuality to gender changing gods, Pattanaik covers a lot of territories.

Read it For:
It is a must read for everyone interested in Hindu mythology.
Don't Read it For:
if you don't like reading Hindu Mythology, then this book is not for you.
What makes this book stand out?:
Fluid language, clean interpretation of earlier literary works and the unique insight into queerness from an Indian epic/folklore angle make this a book worth reading.

Paradise Lost

Rejection of God's laws is the major theme of Milton’s Paradise Lost. "Paradise Lost" explores the fall of man in a semi-epic fashion chronicling the fall of the archangels, creation, and Lucifer's deception of man, the original sin and man's expulsion from the Garden.

Read it For:
this book is for anyone interested in literature, religion or philosophy.
Don't Read it For:
If you don't like reading literature, religion or philosophy books then don't buy this book.
What makes this book stand out?:
Powerful and engaging. There is a lot to be thought and analyzed in an epic where the devil the hero is apparent.

The Last Temptation of Christ

The last temptation presents a bilateral view of the body's role in spiritual growth. The last temptation of Christ is a great repetition of the gospel, which removes the obsession of Christ gracefully. This literary rendition of the life of Jesus Christ has called the debate after the publication of the much-awaited Christ in the Bible as seen in the Bible.

Read it For:
if you are the one who is interested in the Christ story, then go for this book.
Don't Read it For:
This book is not for you if you don't like reading Christ stories.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book is a testament to the greatness of the human spirit. This is truly a masterpiece and work of art in literature.
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Redeeming Love

A redeeming love based on "Hosea" a Bible book is historical romance. The story focuses on a young girl incidentally sold into prostitution and the trials she goes through to find love with the man who becomes her husband and God.

Read it For:
If you are looking for a love story that is more than just physical attraction and that is about two people connecting on a deeper level, this is the book for you.
Don't Read it For:
If you do not like reading spiritual love story then don't buy this book.
What makes this book stand out?:
Great story of unconditional love & personal forgiveness?

Blood in the Sand

Benny Hinn through his "Blood in the sand", takes you deep inside the area - history, politics, and religion - to show what is going on there and, above all, why? Illustrating from his deep history in the field, his personal relation with top Israeli and Arab leaders, and his Bible scholarship, he answered important questions such as: How do we reach this tragic situation? What are the dangers? What does Bible say about the future?

Read it For:
Anyone with a passion for Israel, the people, the land and the Bible will certainly like this book.
Don't Read it For:
Don't buy if you don't have much interest in knowing about what has happened in Israel and what may happen in the future.
What makes this book stand out?:
Excellent book! A real insight into what's going on in the Middle East and what Biblical Prophecy has to say about it.

The Book of Mysteries

The book of mysteries takes readers on the journey of divine publication through the ancient scriptures, the rules of creation, the deepest of God's word, the hidden streams of history, and the most important key to spiritual truth, the mystery of the end-time, and mysteries of life.

Read it For:
This book is a MUST read for any Christian trying to get a deeper understanding of the scriptures.
Don't Read it For:
if you have no interest in knowing about Christian then this book is a big no for you.
What makes this book stand out?:
Amazing book, beautifully revealing, enlightening and very encouraging.

The Source: A Novel

James A. Michener "The source" is a journey through history, which focuses on Israel and the Middle East. It clarifies the Hawaiian-Japanese' role in World War II, the subsequent establishments of the labor unions in Hawaii and how generations of the above-mentioned nationalities shaped Hawaii.

Read it For:
If you are interested in learning the true history of Hawaii, this book is the one for you.
Don't Read it For:
if you don't like reading historical novels, then this book is not for you.
What makes this book stand out?:
A unique presentation of ancient history with a thought-provoking mixture of current events?

 

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