Heroes, Rogues, and the Rest by J. Ellsworth Kalas


I love this book! Kalas takes a hard look at some people in the Bible that have made a huge impact on my life because I love studying the Bible. I found it intriguing, and page turning. His style of writing is quite engaging and ingenious (who would have thought to write a character analysis of God Himself?

Great  book for any biblical scholar, or Bible study teacher, Sunday school teacher, or someone who would like to learn more about the biblical people's motives and behaviors.


The Bible is filled with heroes and rogues, from the first followers of Christ to the dissenters and critics set on uprooting the Christian faith. Some are well known. Others are not. But all have a place in the eternal story of the Bible. What can we learn about these characters? And what can we learn from them?
In 12 chapters, popular author J. Ellsworth Kalas offers a close examination of biblical characters from both the Old and New Testaments. From Adam and Eve to Elijah, from Martha and several Marys to Jesus Christ himself, each of these people have defining characteristics that together create the Biblical narrative. Their stories display strength, courage, and perseverance—characteristics that shaped the lives of the early believers and continue to influence Christians today. As readers reacquaint themselves with each character, they will rediscover the excitement and relevance of the Bible and find new ways to apply biblical teaching to specific circumstances in their lives.

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