Thomas Römer appears in a Graphic Nonfiction Book!

Words can’t express how much I love this. I NEED to read this book.

Remnant of Giants

Thomas Römer, Professor of Old Testament/Hebrew Bible at the College de France, now appears as a character in a new graphic nonfiction book!

The book, Naissance de la Bible: Comment elle a été écrite [The Birth of the Bible: How it came to be written] (Brussels: Le Lombard, 4 May 2018) is the 23rd volume to be published in the series La petite Bédéthèque des Savoirs. Books in the series provide academic introductions in comic-book form to subjects as wide-ranging as artificial intelligence, the history of prostitution, feminism, rugby, liberalism, and human rights. In Naissance de la Bible, Thomas Römer and the illustrator Léonie Bischoff discuss the content of the Bible, how it came to be written, and the origins of the god Yahweh.

For example, in one part of Naissance de la Bible, Thomas Römer tells Léonie Bischoff that there are often different laws and or different…

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