Parmelee, Alice. ([1959) All the birds of the Bible :their stories, identification and meaning New York : Harper,MLA Citation
Parmelee, Alice. All The Birds Of The Bible: Their Stories, Identification And Meaning. New York : Harper, [1959. Print.
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All the birds of the Bible : their stories, identification and meaning /
|Main Author:||Parmelee, Alice.|
|Published:||New York : Harper, |
|Topics:||Birds in the Bible. | Nature in the Bible. | Bible - Histoire naturelle.|
|Physical Description:||279 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
|Summary:||"As the author guides us on this unique journey through the Bible, we travel in the company of patriarchs, kings and prophets, seeing the world of nature as they saw it and discovering the significance that birds had for them. From the "winged fowl" of the Garden of Eden, through the quails that sustained the Hebrew tribes wandering in the wilderness, to the flying eagles of Revelation, birds bring a vivid touch of reality and lead the reader to the heart of the Bible message.