by Harry Rimmer
With 37 Plate Illustrations in the Text
Publisher: Eerdmans; Eleventh edition (1939)
Paperback: 360 pages
Dive into the enthralling world of antiquity with “Dead Men Tell Tales,” authored by the distinguished Harry Rimmer. This captivating work, graced with 37 plate illustrations, transports readers through time to the heart of ancient civilizations and their enigmatic stories.
In an era characterized by a growing fascination with archaeology and its monumental revelations, “Dead Men Tell Tales” emerges as a compelling beacon of insight. As the realm of archaeology unveils its treasures, this book stands as a testament to the captivating allure of ages past. Journey alongside intrepid excavators into the realms of biblical lands, unearthing the secrets of times long gone.
Enriched with vivid details, you’ll find yourself immersed in history’s tapestry. Accompany Moses into the courts of oppressors, where a regal Queen’s benevolent influence shapes his destiny. March in the footsteps of Joshua’s valiant host, as the walls of Jericho yield to their unwavering determination. As the empire of the Hittites rises from the annals of history, you’ll witness its extraordinary resurgence.
Harry Rimmer, an illustrious figure of the early 20th century (1890-1952), showcases his mastery of storytelling and evangelical fervor through this work. As an American writer, evangelist, and author of notable titles like “Modern Science and the Genesis Record” and “The Harmony Of Science And Scripture,” Rimmer’s contributions reverberate through time.
In this Book, we are reminded of the shifting paradigm that now recognizes the tales that the deceased can indeed share. “Dead Men Tell Tales” illuminates the profound impact of modern archaeology, as the echoes of yesteryears’ luminaries come to life once more. As the silent tombs of antiquity yield their secrets, the chorus of the past rises anew, compelling us to reevaluate our beliefs and broaden our understanding.
“Dead Men Tell Tales” stands as a resounding affirmation of the inexhaustible power of history to captivate and inform.