‘On the Plains of Moab’ is a newly published spiritual growth book
DELTA, Ohio – With the purpose of making biblical text easy to understand, practical and appealing to apply in the reader’s life, author Patrick Mazani, PhD, analyzes the final moments of ancient Israel’s 40-year journey from Egypt to Canaan in his new book, “On the Plains of Moab: Reflections for the End Times” (published by WestBow Press).
“People are overwhelmed by what is going on in every aspect of our life, politics, economy, violence, family feuds, crime, corruption, and so on,” Mazani says. “Many are searching for meaning and are desperate to find a resolve on life threatening issues. This book is a relevant spiritual guide to such times as to how things shall turn out in these end times.”
Convinced that history holds the key to understanding the future of the world, Mazani takes a closer look at Israel before crossing into their promised land. Mazani explains it helped him understand human behavior when facing a great transition. Drawing lessons from this event, Mazani discusses how this knowledge can impact and assist people facing contemporary reality to prepare everyone for the transition into eternity.
“Our contemporary society is facing end times. We can learn from the mistakes of others so as to avoid being trapped in similar devastating consequences.”
“On the Plains of Moab”
By Patrick Mazani, PhD
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 198 pages | ISBN 9781512789157
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 198 pages | ISBN 9781512789140
E-Book | 198 pages | ISBN 9781512789133
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Patrick Mazani, PhD, traveled in the biblical lands for his academic studies. He holds a doctorate in Old Testament studies and ancient Near East archaeology. Mazani also co-authored “Critical Issues in Early Israelite History.”
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