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Download Hittite Warrior ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ð When Uriah Tarhund's Hititte home is destroyed by invading Greeks his dying father tells him to go seek a Canaanite named Sisera He will help you For my sake When Uriah reaches Judea and saves a young boy from being sacrificed to Molech he is given succor for a timN Uriah reaches Judea and saves a young boy from being sacrificed to Molech he is given succor for a time by the Hebrews Later he finds Sisera and joins him in w. This story definitely fulfilled the historical reuirement of historical fiction The descriptions the dialogue and the attitudes of the characters all wove together to give the impression of being right in the middle of biblical lands and times I'm not sure how many of the details were real and how many were fabricated for the story but the impression they gave was very authentic I found myself lamenting at times that the author had been so apparently accurate with personal names some of them were a real mouthfulNot having much knowledge of the history of the times of the judges beyond the biblical history I felt a bit confused and overwhelmed at times trying to put the pieces together I also found myself trying to connect pieces of history that were much too late for the setting or wondering if a character with a familiar name was supposed to be a biblical character of the same name As far as I could tell none of them were beyond the obvious ones Deborah Barak Sisera Jael HeberI'm not sure how it could have been done better from this particular point of view but the thing that bothered me most was how much mixed up and unclear theology was included By that I don't just mean the false gods that the other nations worshiped; of course I expected that But historically accurate as it might have been it was jolting to have Adoni mentioned by a Canaanite as one in a string of the gods they worshipped Some of the Israelites showed faulty theology at times too having calf images that were worshiped in the name of God and talking about human sacrifice as though God condoned it Also we were left with the impression that the one god worshiped by the Egyptian Ahmoses and who he identified as the sun was basically the same as the God of the Israelites Because the viewpoint character was also a pagan until the end of the book these issues were never really addressed which left it confusing and a bit disturbing to me There's a lot of truth and falsehood to be sorted out in this book and I would definitely be reluctant to let a young reader try to sift through it on his or her own

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Ar against these same people When the Canaanites are defeated the young Hittite has the opportunity to come to a peace with himself the Hebrew people and their G. It’s good as an ancient history and lit supplement for 11 12 yr olds Great effort to intersect various civilizations and cultures during the time of Israel’s judges and the scenes in the camp of Deborah and Barak I thought were impressive overall The development and character of the main guy was ok but something about the last portion of the story— his part in the battle the Egyptian friend who was suddenly portrayed to have all the answers and the general spiritual resolution— just didn’t seem to work

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Hittite WarriorWhen Uriah Tarhund's Hititte home is destroyed by invading Greeks his dying father tells him to go seek a Canaanite named Sisera He will help you For my sake Whe. Hittite Warrior tells the story of a teenage Hittite boy named Uriah Tarhund He came from a people who ruled the northern world and the Egyptians ruled the southern world His father was a lord and kinsman of the chief province of Arzawa One fateful day in the 13th year of the reign of the king his father and he embarked to Hattusas to pay tribute Little did he know that trip would end so tragically While on his journey his mother and sister were killed His entire province was decimated and many were killed Three years later his father died but not before making Uriah promise to travel to Canaan and live there Travelling with a caravan his decision to save the life of a young trader named Hannibaal took him to Tyre where he made a friend named Jotham a Hebrew This friendship set him on a path that would change his life foreverThe book is based during the time of the Judges which was roughly 1200 BC If you have read through the Old Testament book of Judges with your children they will recognize the two important names of Deborah and Barak Deborah and Barak are the two judges who defeated the Canaanites in Judges 4 They will also recognize the song of Deborah from Judges 5 They will also learn a bit of geography There is a tiny map in the front that serves as a basic guide for the region of the book but they can further their knowledge by having an atlas or world map and track the journeys of Uriah Your children will also be exposed to different societies religious practices and customs of these ancient people For example they will learn about an ancient Ammonite god named Moloch who reuired the sacrifice of a young child to appease himThis is an A historical fiction novel for children 10 and up I a 30 male had a hard time putting this book down and read it in one weekend While I would argue that this book is geared towards a male audience girls might enjoy it as well What I really loved about this book is the era and region it was written about So much historical fiction based in ancient times focuses on Egypt or Rome and that's it Ms Williamson chose a neglected but eually important region and delivered a masterpiece I am very pleased with Bethlehem Books' Living History Library series and cannot wait to dive into another book Be sure to check out other books from this author particularly God King