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By: Ken Hathaway

A New Introduction to The Bible

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During his years of public ministry the author came to realise that the Bible was a closed book to the majority of people, whilst those who did read it were often confused by the apparent complexity of the work. This book sets out to demystify the Bible, setting each part in its historical, political and religious context, demonstrating that it is a record of the way in which God has made Himself known to succeeding generations. Being not several books so much as a series of narratives progressively disclosing the nature of God and His relationship with us.

Ken Hathaway comes from a family of clerics, with his father and two brothers also being ministers. Following his training for the ministry, he served for a number of years in a country parish before taking up a teaching post in a minor public school where he became head of the department, sixth form tutor and deputy head. He was also invited to act as an examiner at A levels by the OxfordLocal Exam Board before developing his interests in business, whilst continuing his ministry. He also published a number of articles. This book is the product of his years in teaching and church ministry, in which he came to recognise the need for a more modern approach to reading the Bible.

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