Synopses & Reviews
All people interested in man's evolutionary struggles will excite over this account of the interaction of a distant and separate people with the great worldly powers. It is a vivid world and picture story of the Jewish people from 538 B.C. to 1,500 A.D. It is not a dray history of dates and bland events, but rather a story of sin, suffering, and the capacity of human beings to endure. Professor Williams, author of the Quest book, Yeshua Buddha, divides his history into four 500 year periods, and for each time period it is a non-Jewish figure, Cyrus, Pompey, Mohommed, Ferdinand, who acts as a punctuation mark.