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One of them is Melchizedek - King of Jerusalem, which I just posted about earlier.

One of them is Melchizedek - King of Jerusalem, which I just posted about earlier. I spent about an hour with the printer, chatting about how to locate it and what has happened. I think it is highly plausible that this is being done (or will be done in earnest at some point).

Melchizedek, King of Righteousness. upon his legacy a foundation was laid for the Holy City of Jerusalem. In the climactic days following the Great Flood, Noah and his descendants came forth from Ararat and set out to repopulate the earth. Some would choose God's way; others would blindly strike a path of their own. As the reluctant warrior Melchizedek courageously shepherds the righteous, his cousin Nimrod challenges him, and in his lust for power, wages war on God himself!

Melchizedek - King of Jerusalem book. It correctly is spelled Ellen Gunderson Traylor. This is one of six books she has written based on characters from the Old Testament.

Melchizedek - King of Jerusalem book.

Ellen Gunderson Traylor, "America's Foremost Biblical Novelist," is a gifted storyteller who . One of her latest books, Jerusalem - the City of God, is a sweeping epic archaeological novel that weaves intrigue and inspiration into the hauntingly beautiful cityscape of the Holy City.

Ellen Gunderson Traylor, "America's Foremost Biblical Novelist," is a gifted storyteller who brings characters of the Bible to life. Her many bestselling novels have sold about a million copies in English, with numerous foreign translations. The Priest is her first contemporary novel, a story of international intrigue regarding the Israeli efforts to rebuild their ancient temple and the forces that conspire against their dream.

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Melchizedek : King of Jerusalem. After Noah and his descendants repopulate the earth following the Great Flood, Nimrod challenges Melchizedek's kingship and power. by Ellen Gunderson Traylor. A great book, based on bibical truth.

The author really did her homework, and though the book is a work of fiction, it has some very interesting viewpoints. Join in and write your own page!

The book by Ellen Gunderson Traylor, Melchizedek, King Of Jerusalem, is interesting in how it describes the life of Melchizedek from a story-telling point. The author really did her homework, and though the book is a work of fiction, it has some very interesting viewpoints.

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Melchizedek, King of Righteousness...upon his legacy a foundation was laid for the Holy City of Jerusalem. In the climactic days following the Great Flood, Noah and his descendants came forth from Ararat and set out to repopulate the earth. Some would choose God's way; others would blindly strike a path of their own. As the reluctant warrior Melchizedek courageously shepherds the righteous, his cousin Nimrod challenges him, and in his lust for power, wages war on God himself!

Comments: (7)

Brariel
I have the book and purchased for a gift, but receiver only reads with Kindle so had to return. Excellent novel. Some have suggested that this amazing ruler/cleric who brought peace to the Holy City, Jerusalem for a very long time; he was way, Way, WAY old when he passed the mantle to Abraham in a plain and simple ceremony. Abraham was only a young warrior; well not to reveal the story, but Ellen Gunderson Traylor, for the most part, is quite an incredible author of Biblical novels. Somewhere it was suggested that this man was a past life of the Christ (?) I sure don't know but seems like he could have been, eh, who knows, an interesting slant, and Jesus was noted to begin many stories/learnings with "Once there was a king ..."
JoJoshura
I admit it. I have said this in a dozen ways. Ellen Gunderson Traylor just keeps on creating these so real-to-life stories; weaving them from Biblical characters that make you just know....THIS is how it must have really happened!
She has a way of making you love the protagonist, hope the antagonist will change his evil ways, and want to do what I'm sure her books are intended to do-...make you go deeper into the scriptures to find all the precious nuggets of truth.
As one reads the scriptures, after reading one of Ms. Traylor's books, it makes one wonder about the stories that would have come with each character, if we had been privy to their private lives.
In short, the characters of the Bible come to life in her creative story-telling. I only wish I could write like that!

I realize the books I've been reading by Ellen Gunderson Traylor have been on the market for quite sometime, but once I discovered her books, she quickly became one of my new favorites! If you haven't read any her books yet- I highly recommend them. You won't be disappointed!
Cashoutmaster
Based on ancient extra-Biblical sources that link the mysterious Melchizadek to the accursed Caanan, the author constructs a plausible and very intriguing scenario through which godly Melchizadek leaves the company of Yahweh worshippers at the foot of Mount Ararat to found the city of God, Jerusalem (or Salem) in the land of Caanan, (named after his accursed ancestor). The portrayal of Nimrod is believable, as the author emphasizes Ham and Cush's rebellion. The portrayal of Caanan and Shem, however, I personally found wanting. Caanan is depicted as a godly man, struggling with a curse he didn't deserve, and Shem is depicted as self righteous and closed minded. Perhaps they were, but I prefer Ruth Beechick's less glamorous book, Adam and His Kin: The Lost History of Their Lives and Times, for her portrayal of faithful Shem, passing down the family genealogies, and a more plausible rebellious Caanan. Both authors utilize historical and archaeological sources to add dimension and construct likely scenarios. Over all, Melchizadek is worth a read; just be sure to read the Bible, too:)
Geny
Gives you things to think about.
Uanabimo
I did not know who Melchizedek was, but he came in as one of my guides. This book was a fabulous read and I will be getting another book from this author!
Warianys
I like the book very much
Dream
This is another great Biblical novel by Ellen Gunderson Traylor. I have them all, and read them several times apiece. These are the best written Christian novels I have ever seen. She writes about real people, and truly brings them to life for the reader.
This book is a nice quick read with very short chapters that allow for 5-10 minute train ride reading sessions. This book primarily creates fiction using Biblical characters during the post flood period. There is not much character development, and whatever historical study that makes the events described likely, does not come through as particularly believable as presented.
Melchizedek - King of Jerusalem download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Ellen Gunderson Traylor
ISBN: 0976810719
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Port Hole Publications (March 29, 2005)
Pages: 188 pages