Have you ever done something so dumb you wince at the thought of it? Well, you're not alone. The Bible is full of characters who made some shockingly dumb moves. Here are a few examples:
- A guy who sold his right to his family's estate for a bowl of soup.
- The couple who had the pleasure of having no rules, no boundaries--except one . . . a rule they decided to break anyway.
- The guy who fell in love with a woman who clearly was doing her best to have him killed.
In Big Dummies of the Bible, bestselling author Stephen Miller shows readers some shockingly dumb moves by men and women of the Bible. Yet thousands of years later, we're still making the same mistakes, and the results often turn out to be as grievous now as they were for these biblical characters. Miller teaches us how to avoid these mistakes and the inevitable accompanying pain and heartache.
|Contributor(s)||Stephen M. Miller|
|About the Contributor(s)|| Stephen M. Miller
Stephen M. Miller is a seminary-educated journalist and a full-time freelance writer and editor who specializes in Bible-related books. A former newspaper reporter with a degree in journalism from Kent State University, Miller made the switch to Christian writing after adding a degree in biblical studies at Nazarene Theological Seminary. He has received numerous awards, including the Evangelical Press Association's highest honor, the Award of Excellence. He was also awarded "best non-fiction book of 2006" by the Christian Retailers Association, and "best non-fiction book of 2005" by the Christian Broadcasting Council.
|Release Date||Aug 23, 2005|