Hear Bodie Hodge discuss the Tower of Babel and his new book
Tower of Babel:The Cultural History of Our Ancestors. The book reveals our shared ancestry as never before. Beginning with biblical accounts, Bodie researched ancient texts, critical clues, and rare historic records for the purpose of defending the Bible.

Written in layman’s terms, Tower of Babel is an excellent way to find your cultural connection to the Bible.

Learn more here, and take advantage of this special offer: buy 1 copy of Tower of Babel and 1 copy of How Do We Know the Bible is True? Vol. 2 and receive a 25% discount!

www.nlpg.com/bodiehodgepack

Also, please leave a comment or question here in the comments section for a chance to win a free copy of these books! Winners announced here next Wednesday (April 3).

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Comment by Patty Mattes on April 8, 2013 at 8:32am

Did you all announce the winners?

Comment by James Powell on April 8, 2013 at 4:39am

Another quick question! Have you heard of the book 'Out of Eden' by evolutionary geneticist Stephen Oppenheimer? His book contains some fascinating maps which may help (with modification) to corroborate your maps from ancient authors! 

Comment by Nigel Curtis on March 28, 2013 at 11:02am

Sorry, Bill Cooper's book is called "After the Flood". I'm not trying to get entered twice - I'm just a bit of a nit-wit!

Comment by Nigel Curtis on March 28, 2013 at 11:00am

From memory: In Bill Cooper's book, Before the Flood, he refers to a man in ancient European history called Sheaf (sp?) whom he says is Noah's son, Japheth. The number of generations of British Kings counting back to Sheaf is lacking, if he and Japheth are one and the same. Has Bodie Hodge any further information on this, please?

Comment by Brian on March 27, 2013 at 8:16pm

There isn't much around on the Tower of Babel so this book should be well worth reading.
I look forward to reading it - even if I have to buy it :)

Comment by Avery Foley on March 27, 2013 at 5:41pm

Bodie Hodge is an excellent author and speaker. This book would be awesome!! 

Comment by Pamela Halligan on March 27, 2013 at 5:27pm
I'd like to learn more about my shared ancestry. These books would be great resources as I often find myself defending my Christian faith to unbelieving friends and relatives.
Comment by Heather Hurley on March 27, 2013 at 5:13pm

Have read other books authored by Bodie Hodge and am looking forward to reading this book/watching DVD with our children.

Comment by Carrie Gould on March 27, 2013 at 4:27pm
This book sounds so interesting and I would love to win. Thanks for the opportunity.
Comment by James Powell on March 27, 2013 at 2:38pm

Very excited to see this book available! I would like to ask Bodie - looking at the sources used in your research, it seems that some potentially helpful historians have not been referenced (probably because of the controversy surrounding their work?). James Anderson's Royal Genealogies is fascinating and I would love to know HIS sources, however, do you think it is a worthy cause for Christian historians to try and build upon, develop and defend the potentially revolutionary history of Giovanni Nanni published in AD 1498? I have tried to verify Nanni (aka Annius) in my research and came to conclude that he has been woefully neglected in serious scholarship. What is your view? Thanks so much for the resource - looks great from the Kindle preview! Keep up the great work! :)

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