THE SECOND BOOK IN THE EXODUS-REVELATION SERIES
AN INTRODUCTION BY TREY SMITH
This book is a fully illustrated tour of the time of Nimrod and the Tower of Babel, with stunning and informative visuals ranging from timelines to actual artifacts. The book is a journey from before the flood to the downfall of one of the first “Dark Lords” — drawing from the writings of Genesis, Enoch, and more!
ABOUT THIS BOOK
Embark on a fully illustrated tour through the world of Nimrod and the Tower of Babel with stunning and informative visuals ranging from timelines to actual artifacts—drawing from the writings of Genesis, Enoch, and more . . .
Nimrod: the Tower of Babel is fully illustrated with charts, timelines, and pictures of artifacts and actual archaeological sites. The book contains an explanation of the “gods” and the matching of the Sumerian texts with the Biblical texts.
We will examine the area at the base of Mount Ararat where Noah’s ark landed; thus the reason Nimrod calls Noah the “Lord of Aratta.”
This book is an earnest endeavor to shed light on ancient manuscripts that have become, in the author’s estimation, woefully under-appreciated, and demonstrate to the reader how they relate to, further substantiate, and strengthen our understanding of Biblical history, namely that portion in the book of Genesis in which we read about the Tower of Babel, using actual artifacts, forgotten but very real writings from antiquity, and logic.
At its core, however, it is a story of “good” vs. “evil.”
As part of the Exodus-Revelation book collection, it is meant to be read along with Pre-Flood and Exodus but as a standalone title, is still thoroughly engrossing and positively enlightening. To cultivate to the most complete understanding of the subject matter contained within this work as possible, we also recommend watching the Genesis Series of films, either on DVD or by streaming them online via our Partner’s Program.
Engaging enough for children, yet intellectually satisfying enough for a Ph.D., this unique and one-of-a-kind book will challenge, strengthen the faith of, and enlighten the reader for years to come as they gain a newfound appreciation for the haunting words from the pages of Holy Writ, “As it was in the days of Noah . . .”