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Abraham was not originally the man he became. He was not an Israelite, he was not a Jew. He was not even a believer in God--at least initially. He was a traveler, called by some voice not entirely clear that said: Go, head to this land, walk along this route, and trust what you will find.
Feiler, a fifth-generation American Jew from the South, had felt no particular attachment to the Holy Land. Yet during his journey, Feiler's previously abstract faith grew more grounded. ("I began to feel a certain pull from the landscape.... It was a feeling of gravity. A feeling that I wanted to take off all my clothes and lie facedown in the soil.") Feiler's attentiveness, intelligence, and adventurousness enliven every page of this book. And the lessons he learned about the relationship between place and the spirit will be useful for readers of every religious tradition that finds its origins in the Bible. --Michael Joseph Gross
I wish more people could take this type of journey, but, with things as they are, I doubt they will.Published 1 month ago by Nina A. Schwartz
Read it and then get the DVDs of the PBS show made from this book. It's superb.Published 1 month ago by Peter D. Springberg
Wonderful Book and pictures to get a visual of these times in history.Published 2 months ago by Ellen
I have enjoyed Walking the Bible very much. Had to get the Photographic Journey and have enjoyed looking up the places in the reading. Read morePublished 2 months ago by barbara winrich