The Sword, the Ring and the Parchment

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The first book in the Terrestria Chronicles medieval allegory series. Young Josiah is a slave to Argamor, a powerful warlord with plans to wrest the Terrestrian throne from King Emmanuel. Fast-paced action… powerful imagery… heart-pounding adventure… knights and castles... dragons and princesses… every page points to truths of the Christian walk. Ideal for family devotions or individual reading. More

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Words: 53,460
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476457130
About Ed Dunlop

Ed Dunlop has worked in children’s ministries full-time for more than thirty years. As an evangelist, he conducts Family Crusades in local churches, presents teacher-training seminars, speaks at junior camps, and conducts visualized drug and alcohol awareness programs in public elementary and junior high schools. His ministry involves ventriloquism, Gospel magic, blacklight effects, and a variety of other visual media.

Ed writes fiction for children and resource books for teachers, and currently has twenty-nine titles in print with five publishers.

The author grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. and has served churches in California, Arizona, and Tennessee as assistant pastor and Christian Education Director. He and his family entered full-time evangelism in March of 1988. Ed and his wife, Elma, have five grown children and make their home in north Georgia.

Ed enjoys canoeing, motorcycling and SCUBA diving. His sons are also certified divers. Ed currently serves as a volunteer diver at the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and enjoys feeding the fish, sharks, stingrays and moray eels as groups of school children watch.

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Review by: Melody Bold on Jan. 30, 2013 :
I bought these books for bedtime reading to my teen & pre-teen boys, but have been enjoying them so much myself, I haven't gotten around to reading them aloud yet! I bought the whole series and am nearly finished with book 2. The use of allegory presents the good news of the gospel in such a clear and memorable way, that it stays with you even after you finish the book. Highly recommended.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Sara Rasor on Oct. 20, 2012 :
We absolutely LOVED this book! I read it to my kids ranging from 6-10 and they were begging for more each day. I love how Biblical truths are explained in an allegorical way so clearly for children to grasp. I found myself deeply affected by the story as well. More than once the truth of the allegory brought out the goosebumps or tears in me as I realized anew God's love for me, a sinner. We can't wait to read the rest of the series!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Misti Konsavage on May 28, 2012 :
This series of books is our family's FAVORITE!!! We have 8 children ranging from 1-16 years old and ALL our kids ages 5 and up LOVE these books. We have read them out loud a number of times and the BEST part is that I have had so many opportunities of using analogies in one of the books to explain spiritual truths in the children's lives that makes SO MUCH sense to them after having read the books! This price is way too cheap for how much you will gain from it. I promise!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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