This is the second series I've produced. It is an expansion of the RCP Bible into a narrative version of the Scriptures that makes them easier to understand and more accessible to the average reader.
Each volume is available for purchase as a paperback or ebook through Amazon.
This is the first book in this series, and it is a recrafting of the Book of Genesis and the events during that time period. It covers the creation of the Universe and the lives of Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Job. While the Book of Job does not appear in the Bible near the Book of Genesis, it covers the story of one of Abraham’s contemporaries. These stories form the foundation for the Christian faith.
This book is the second in this series, and it is a recrafting of the Books of Exodus through Deuteronomy. It covers the Israelites’ flight from Egypt and their time wandering in the wilderness. These stories are the next chapter of the Christian faith.
This is the third book in this series, and it is a recrafting of the biblical account of the Israelites from their entry to the Promised Land through Saul’s reign. These stories represent the continuation of God’s redemptive plan and help form the foundation for the Christian faith.
This is the fourth book in this series and is a recrafting of the biblical account of the life of King David, the greatest ruler in Israel’s history. These stories represent the continuation of God’s redemptive plan and help form the foundation for the Christian faith.
This book is a recrafting of the time after David’s death until the end of the Old Testament. It begins with Solomon’s reign in I Kings and continues through the Captivity and return to the Promised Land. I have also incorporated the appropriate wisdom literature and prophetic books in the context of historical events.
This book is a fictionalized account of the fourteenth disciple, Joseph Barsabbas Justus. This text blends the gospels with the story of a man who walked with Jesus and his followers from Christ's baptism beyond the Resurrection. Joseph was the disciple that the Apostles didn't choose to replace Judas Iscariot. This book gives additional context to the historical account of Jesus of Nazareth to make a relatable story of the individual who has changed history more than any otherperson.
This book is the seventh in the Expanded Biblical Narrative series, and it is a recrafting of the Apostle Paul’s life as told through the lens of his amanuensis, Tertius. It covers a fictional account of their meeting, Saul’s conversion, and his ministry spreading the gospel. I’ve created this narrative by looking at biographical accounts in Acts and the material Paul wrote in his New Testament epistles. I’ve synthesized all this material and added some flair to form a reasonable interpretation
This is the eighth book in this series, and it is a recrafting of the biblical accounts of some of these minor characters from Scripture. It does not fit into the overall chronology of the Bible, although these stories cover most of the main points of the biblical narrative.
All of the volumes are also available as part of compilations as a paperback or ebook through Amazon.
This is a compilation of the first three volumes of The Expanded Biblical Narrative. This book traces God's redemptive history from Creation and the Garden of Eden through God choosing Abraham and his descendants to be his chosen people. It continues with the narrative of the Exodus and the progression of the tribes up until Saul became Israel's first king.
This is a compilation of the fourth and fifth volumes of The Expanded Biblical Narrative. This book traces God's redemptive history from King David until the end of the Old Testament. It includes David's life, the division of the Israelite Kingdom, Assyrian and Babylonian Captivity, and the tribes' return to the Promised Land.
This is a compilation of the sixth and seventh volumes of The Expanded Biblical Narrative. This book looks at the events of the New Testament through the eyes of the disciple not chosen to replace Judas (Joseph Justus Barsabas) and Paul's amanuensis (Tertius). These are fictional accounts of these historical figures, and they trace the events from Jesus' ministry through the close of the New Testament.