This guide centres on those items in the British Museum that are related to the history recorded in the Bible. You will be introduced to rulers, empires and cultures that, without the careful work of many scholars, would have been lost for ever. In this guide you have all that you need to make your tour both enjoyable and relevant. The past is brought to light in front of you.
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Brian Edwards was pastor of the Hook Evangelical Church, Surbiton, for twentynine years, before becoming president of the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches. He is an international speaker, a member of the Tyndale Society and editor of the Day One Travel Guide series. He has a ministry of writing, lecturing and preaching, and is the author of several books. Brian lives in Surrey and has two sons and three granddaughters. Clive Anderson is the pastor of the The Butts Church in Alton, Hampshire, and is a member of the British Museum Society, the British School of Archaeology, and Egypt Exploration Society. He leads tours to the Middle East and Egypt and has spoken in Europe, the Middle East, Far East and in the USA. He is also a regular broadcaster on local radio and author of several books. Clive is married to Amanda, and they have one son, Luke.
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