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Rebooting the Bible, now on KINDLE for $9.99.

The KINDLE version of Rebooting the Bible (RTB) is now complete and takes advantage of the new features for constructing an eBook for Kindle.  These combine to create a very pleasing digital book that takes advantage of the digital environment.  For example, the following features are all incorporated in RTB.

  1. A hyperlinked table of contents to jump to the topics in the book (approximately 60 locations within the text).
  2. A hyperlinked table of figures, that enables a quick return to the illustrations in the book.  There are over 50 illustrations, maps,
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REBOOTING THE BIBLE – Product Release Monday, December 17, 2018

Announcing the Availability of the Latest Book by
S. Douglas Woodward
December 17, 2018 on Amazon


Synopsis of: Rebooting the Bible

For five hundred years, the Church used this Old Testament Bible. Its Apostles quoted this Bible almost 300 times when they created the books of the New Testament.  We know this Bible as the Greek Septuagint (LXX).

Its Pentateuch was created about 280 B.C. in Alexandria, Egypt, only 200 years after the Hebrew Bible had been assembled by Ezra in Jerusalem. Translators added the remaining books over the next 150 years.  Once finished, Greek-speaking Jews throughout … Read More

INTRODUCTION — ANTIQUITY REANIMATED: Exploding Modern Myths About the Ancient Past

I am hoping that my readers and followers may have been wondering what I’ve been up to and why I haven’t been as dutiful in posting new articles as per usual.  Of course, the answer is that I’m researching and writing the next book.  I’d like to present a draft of the first element of the new book, its Introduction.  Many have requested that the next book should be REVISING REALITY: Volume 2.  Actually, this book needs to come first.  It will be in the same spirit and of the same mindset as RR, Volume 1. Keep in mind this

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