The Old Testament of the Bible may sometimes be a struggle to read, but By Faith Isaac will be a joy, educating as it entertains. Follow Abraham’s faith journey as he passes lessons on to his son, Isaac, and then as he faces his greatest faith test. Then follow Isaac on his faith journey with his wife Rebekah as they experience a lesson of faith that his father did not know to warn him of.
I enjoyed this book, for the most part. It is an easy read but doesn’t necessarily flow very well sometimes. The beginning of the book is Abraham telling Isaac about his life. It’s written as more of a conversation than a novel, sometimes bouncing around in the story. Having just read the account of Abraham and Isaac in the Bible, I can say this book retells the story well. If you’ve never read the Old Testament account of these stories, or even if you have, you will enjoy this book.
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