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“An instant classic. . . . A pure joy to read.” —Washington Post Book World

Both a heart-racing adventure and an uplifting quest, Walking the Bible presents one man’s epic journey- by foot, jeep, rowboat, and camel- through the greatest stories ever told. From crossing the Red Sea to climbing Mount Sinai to touching the burning bush, Bruce Feiler’s inspiring odyssey will forever change your view of history’s most legendary events.

The stories in the first five books of the Bible, also known as the Torah, come alive as Feiler searches across three continents for the stories and heroes shared by Christians and Jews. You’ll visit the slopes of Mount Ararat, where Noah’s ark landed, trek to the desert outpost where Abraham first heard the words of God, and scale the summit where Moses received the Ten Commandments. Using the latest archeological research, Feiler explores how physical location affects the larger narrative of the Bible and ultimately realizes how much these places, as well as his experience, have affected his faith. A once-in-a-lifetime journey, Walking the Bible offers new insights into the roots of our common faith and uncovers fresh answers to the most profound questions of the human spirit.

“Smart and savvy, insightful and illuminating.” —Los Angeles Times

“An exciting, well-told story informed by Feiler’s boundless intellectual curiosity . . . [and] sense of adventure.” —Miami Herald

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Walking the Bible: A Journey by Land Through the Five Books of Moses is the story of Bruce Feiler''s 10,000-mile trek from Mount Ararat to Mount Nebo, undertaken for reasons he did not understand at the outset and accompanied by a companion who was very nearly a stranger. In the book''s first chapter, in characteristically understated style, Feiler suggests a viable parallel to his journey:

Abraham was not originally the man he became. He was not an Israelite, he was not a Jew. He was not even a believer in God--at least initially. He was a traveler, called by some voice not entirely clear that said: Go, head to this land, walk along this route, and trust what you will find.

Feiler, a fifth-generation American Jew from the South, had felt no particular attachment to the Holy Land. Yet during his journey, Feiler''s previously abstract faith grew more grounded. ("I began to feel a certain pull from the landscape.... It was a feeling of gravity. A feeling that I wanted to take off all my clothes and lie facedown in the soil.") Feiler''s attentiveness, intelligence, and adventurousness enliven every page of this book. And the lessons he learned about the relationship between place and the spirit will be useful for readers of every religious tradition that finds its origins in the Bible. --Michael Joseph Gross

From Publishers Weekly

Prolific author Feiler has turned from his earlier subject (clowning, in Under the Big Top) to more serious fare: the Bible and the Middle East. Jewish author Feiler offers himself here as a pilgrim, walking through biblical lands and interviewing individuals from many religious traditions and walks of life. He reads the stories of the Pentateuch in the places they are thought to have happened, he records the latest archaeological understandings of the Bible, and he wrestles with his own faith. Of course, contemporary politics sneaks into the story, too; Arab-Israeli conflicts are hard to avoid when one is writing about the biblical Canaan. Feiler is an accomplished wordsmith. When he describes the "smells of dawn cinnamon, cardamom, a whiff of burnt sugar," the reader is transported to Turkey. He has the rare talent of being able to write in the second person, a gift he uses sparingly here: "Light. The first thing you notice about the desert is the light." In the sections of the book where his content is banal (readers can only take so many descriptions of dusty museums, bustling streets and breathtaking sunsets), Feiler''s prose carries the narrative through. This book belongs on the shelves next to classics such as Wendy Orange''s Coming Home to Jerusalem. Readers who find Westerners'' encounters with the Holy Land enchanting will cherish this book.
Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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A journalist and contributor to National Public Radio''s All Things Considered, Feiler (Dreaming Out Loud, LJ 4/15/98) traveled over 10,000 miles on three continents and five countries to retrace the route of the Hebrew patriarchs throughout the Middle East. His "objective was less to prove the Bible and more to witness its atmosphere and lingering appeal." To investigate the latest archaeological findings, he teamed up with Avner Goren, former chief archaeologist and preserver of antiquities in the Sinai region and currently one of Israel''s most eloquent authorities on life in the ancient world. For the two men, reading the biblical accounts within their natural surroundings turned into a two-year journey throughout Turkey, Israel, the Palestinian Territories, Egypt, and Jordan to such famous sites as Mt. Ararat, Jerusalem, St. Catherine''s Monastery, Mt. Sinai, and the Dead Sea. At the end of their pilgrimage, both men came away with a deeper faith and a better appreciation of the Bible as a living, breathing testimony to man''s relationship to the divine. Essential for anyone interested in religion, archaeology, or travel, this is highly recommended for most collections.
-DMichael W. Ellis, Ellenville P.L., NY
Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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Determined to connect more deeply with his religious roots, Feiler joined archaeologist Avner Goren in a trek through the Middle East, visiting the sites mentioned in the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Hebrew Bible. Weaving together archaeological evidence, historical theory, orthodox theology, and religious myth, Feiler here explores each of the stories in the Pentateuch whose settings he visited. In addition to trekking, Feiler communed with other pilgrims, Islamic, Judaic, and Christian alike. He consulted local historians and scholars, and he interviewed local residents about their understanding of the various sites'' significance. Full of wonder and awe, yet written from a perspective of reasoned inquiry, Walking the Bible delightfully proves that the rational and the mystical can exist side by side, each contributing to the understanding of personal and cultural religious heritage. Feiler''s own spiritual journey was strengthened by his inspection of the historical and archaeological evidence relevant to the stories of the Mosaic scriptures, so as to place them firmly into a context that illumines their origins and evolution. Bonnie Johnston
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“An instant classic. . . . A pure joy to read.” -- Washington Post Book World

“Smart and savvy, insightful and illuminating.” -- Los Angeles Times

“An exciting, well-told story informed by Feiler’s boundless intellectual curiosity...[and] sense of adventure.” -- Miami Herald

“An eloquently spiritual pilgrimage.” -- Entertainment Weekly

“Feiler’s accomplishment, and it’s a profound one, is to confront his idea of God...” -- San Francisco Chronicle

“An inspirational oasis. . . . From the barren land, Feiler emerges, like those whose paths he traces, renewed and transformed.” -- People

“An enthusiastic travelogue…Feiler delivers a wealth of information in an accessible and entertaining format.” -- New York Times Book Review

“[Feiler] is an excellent guide...He has...invested [this book] with a keen intellectual curiosity.” -- New York Times

“Bruce Feiler went looking for proof. He learned that proof doesn’t matter.” -- USA Today

“Evocative, descriptive, emotionally honest, and often funny.” -- Christian Science Monitor

“Feiler, not unlike Mark Twain, brings a sharp sense of humor to the whole endeavor.” -- Los Angeles Times

“A powerful and spiritual pilgrimage…in every way, marvelous if not indispensable reading for anyone remotely interested in the Torah.” -- Chicago Sun-Times

“Feiler’s accomplishment, and it’s a profound one, is to confront his idea of God as spoken to him by the Bible...His trek through biblical history evolves into something far more fundamental, an intellectual and spiritual crusade to find common bond with the lands of his forebears.” -- San Francisco Chronicle

“[Feiler] is an excellent guide and a worthy wrestler. He has put an enormous amount of information into this book and has invested it with a keen intellectaul curiosity.” -- New York Times

“Evocative, descriptive, emotionally honest, and often funny...Feiler’s most compelling writing is by far about the desert. For anyone wanting to know something of its terrifying strangeness, haunting beauty, and stark spirituality, as well as its possibilities for the future of Israel and the region.” -- Christian Science Monitor

“Ranks among the great spiritual autobiographies...Feiler, a superb narrartor and storyteller with a gentle, ironic sense of humor, also possesses a potent intellect that at moments blazes forth, illuminating everything in its path.” -- Washington Post Book World

“The perfect read for people who are interested in the Bible and the Middle East.” -- Jerusalem Post

“Anyone who cares about the Bible or history or mankind should be grateful to bruce Feiler. His curiosity is prodigious, his intellect sharp, his legs willing to climb and climb.” -- Stephen J. Dubner, author of Turbulent Souls

“An engrossing story...Anyone planning to visit the Middle East should definitely take at least two books with them-the Bible and this one.” -- Calgary Herald

“A work of magic...[succeeds] in making the Bible exciting.” -- Angelican Herald

“Goren and Feiler make for two of the most entertaining traveling buddies since Bob Hope and Bing Crosby.” -- San Francisco Jewish Bulletin

“Walking The Bible is armchair reading with a spiritual bent...Feiler writes with a sense of poetry about the land.” -- The Jewish Week

“This book belongs on the shelves next to the classics.” -- Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Anyone planning to visit the Middle East should take two books with them--the Bible and this one.” -- Calgary Herald

“How on earth did Bruce Feiler come up with so many new, insightful, witty, and touching things to say...?” -- Melissa Fay Greene, author of Praying for Sheetrock

“Full of wonder and awe, yet written from a perspective of reasoned inquiry.” -- Booklist (*starred review)

From the Back Cover

Both a heart-racing adventure and an uplifting quest, Walking the Bible describes one man''s epic odyssey—by foot, jeep, rowboat, and camel—through the greatest stories every told. From crossing the Red Sea to climbing Mount Sinai to touching the burning bush, Bruce Feiler''s inspiring journey will forever change your view of some of history''s most storied events.

About the Author

Bruce Feiler is the author of six consecutive New York Times bestsellers, including Abraham, Where God Was Born, America''s Prophet, The Council of Dads, and The Secrets of Happy Families. He is a columnist for the New York Times, a popular lecturer, and a frequent commentator on radio and television. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and twin daughters.

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Mike Cohn
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Wonderful, inspiring book about the Holy Land and the Bible
Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2018
This is a fascinating account of Bruce Feiler’s exploration of the Holy Land. I had watched the PBS miniseries many years ago and enjoyed it, but reading Feiler’s personal account of his journey was enthralling. He meets some amazing people along the way and sheds light on... See more
This is a fascinating account of Bruce Feiler’s exploration of the Holy Land. I had watched the PBS miniseries many years ago and enjoyed it, but reading Feiler’s personal account of his journey was enthralling. He meets some amazing people along the way and sheds light on the history, geography and landmarks of this place through the book we have all come to know. Many surprises, delights and revelations await readers in the pages of this brilliant book.
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Merging Geography, Scritpure and Archeology
Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2019
Feiler took me on a journey through the Holy Land like no other author. My friends who have made the trip and then read his book tell me this is the closest one can get to gaining perspective on the terrain and culture as one can get without hopping on a plane. I recommend... See more
Feiler took me on a journey through the Holy Land like no other author. My friends who have made the trip and then read his book tell me this is the closest one can get to gaining perspective on the terrain and culture as one can get without hopping on a plane. I recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in the world in which the Bible was written. WARNING: HIs writing is addictive. Once you''ve read this book, you''ll want to move on to Abraham A Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths and Where God Was Born, also by Bruce Feiler.
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L Miller
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fascinating reading for any history buff or Bible student
Reviewed in the United States on January 6, 2014
This author was not particularly ''religious,'' at least at the beginning of his quest to search out the places mentioned in the Old Testament. That fact should make his book less intimidating to those who seem to fear all things biblical. He writes in a non-biased, and... See more
This author was not particularly ''religious,'' at least at the beginning of his quest to search out the places mentioned in the Old Testament. That fact should make his book less intimidating to those who seem to fear all things biblical. He writes in a non-biased, and definitely non-preachy way. This work is non-fiction, for those who need to know, and in its pages you meet fascinating people who wander into the path of the author''s quest, and help him, sometimes without meaning to.

I bought this because I am a student of the Bible and do believe what it says, but also because this work describes not only the places mentioned in the Pentateuch (the 5 books of Moses), but also introduces the people who live in these places now. Their opinions and beliefs concerning their homeland reflect a greater sense of the importance of this region than we can ever begin to understand here so many thousands of miles away in our brash, much younger culture. I also get a sense of why middle eastern peoples find our culture so puzzling and even ridiculous, in many respects. I had hoped to come away with a better understanding of our differences, and I believe I have. On some points I''d have to agree to disagree, but in many cases I understand better why we will probably always have points upon which we passionately disagree, to the point of bloodshed.

I highly recommend this book. It will show you a land and culture you may never get to see firsthand on your own. This is very cheap armchair travel, well worth your time, very thoughtful and engaging. And the people you will learn about will stick in your mind a while.
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I used this material with my Confirmation class and they loved it. It helps youth through adults better connect ...
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2015
I bought this book to go along with the DVD series by the same name. I used this material with my Confirmation class and they loved it. It helps youth through adults better connect with the geography of the Bible. Feiler actually follows the journey of Abraham by walking... See more
I bought this book to go along with the DVD series by the same name. I used this material with my Confirmation class and they loved it. It helps youth through adults better connect with the geography of the Bible. Feiler actually follows the journey of Abraham by walking the modern day route and offering commentary on the Bible and the culture and lives of the people then with the people who live there today. It is extremely well done and fascinating. Feiler''s own Jewishness does not get in the way. Any Christian, Moslem or Jew can watch this and learn from it about the elements central to each''s faith''s origins.
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GRIPPING JOURNEY
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2014
I was not sure quite what to expect when choosing this book but I gained far more than I thought from taking the journey through the geography and history of the Jewish Bible''s first 5 books. It was gripping; the style was easy to read although dealing with complex... See more
I was not sure quite what to expect when choosing this book but I gained far more than I thought from taking the journey through the geography and history of the Jewish Bible''s first 5 books. It was gripping; the style was easy to read although dealing with complex historical, theological and political dimensions of the Middle East through its geography. I am a Christian and I have to say looking at what is, to me, the Old Testament through Jewish eyes has helped me understand the Biblical stories in greater depth. He does not, however, push a Jewish political view but manages to keep an objectivity which makes it accessible to all readers of any or no faith. There is no heavy religious "sell" it is a fascinating journey all can travel. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to get a perspective of where the Bible fits into history of the middle east. He has such a lightness of touch that it doesn''t feel you are reading a text book, it is indeed a gripping journey through Bible lands but more importantly a journey of a man trying to find where he comes from in terms of culture.
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This book brings faith to life
Reviewed in the United States on March 15, 2009
This book is EXCELLENT. It has something in it for everybody no matter what your interest. There is a little history, archeology, anthropology, politics, bible commentary and commentary on world events all wrapped up into one document. This multi-faceted approach is a great... See more
This book is EXCELLENT. It has something in it for everybody no matter what your interest. There is a little history, archeology, anthropology, politics, bible commentary and commentary on world events all wrapped up into one document. This multi-faceted approach is a great way to talk about the middle east and the faiths that drive it. People there view it all interrelated and so do people of faith world wide. You can see that in this book.

Bruce Feiler is an excellent writer. The book jumps from one angle to another to his personal experiences on the road very easily. The book reads like a novel. His intimate details about his travels makes things come alive. He describes things like his passage through customs in Egypt, the weather in the Sini, the environment in Turkey and other things. That vivid detail with juicy facts and insight about the first five books of the bible makes you feel the experience as he goes through it.

This trip book makes the bible come alive. As you experience the land, the people, against the backdrop of today you get a new feel for the bible. You will gain a new appreciation for the first five books of the bible. A reader can understand even if you aren''t a believer why people of faith are just that, people of faith.
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Well Done Film - 5 Stars
Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2020
Thoroughly enjoyed this journey, incredible beauty, the host''s genuine curiosity, and notable kindness towards others on his journey, so nice to see. This film only makes you appreciate all the people, the time and effort to have created it. Worth watching.
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Fedoradude
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A treasurehouse full of really great information.
Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2012
This book was given me by a friend and I''m so glad for it. This is - by far - one of the very best books about the context, culture, archaeology, apologetics etc of scripture I have read yet. Mr. Feiler''s choice to "walk" the known or possible sites wherein events occurred... See more
This book was given me by a friend and I''m so glad for it. This is - by far - one of the very best books about the context, culture, archaeology, apologetics etc of scripture I have read yet. Mr. Feiler''s choice to "walk" the known or possible sites wherein events occurred that were location-based was a wise one. And the historical accounts, academic research, onscene observations and personal interviews and interactions he relates in this book make it a treasure of information - far larger than is reflected in its pagecount. Having read it now, the book seems to contain more information than just one book, more like a volume of books yet all contained in just one volume.

Anyone interested in the context and culture of the regions in which Old Testament biblical events like the Exodus, etc are said to have occurred, would greatly enjoy this book.
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Anon
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interesting story
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 13, 2014
i enjoyed it, it was an interesting listen and fun to listen to. i only gave it 4 stars because while i enjoyed it, i was hoping for a little more information on the biblical lands and the theology behind it rather than the biography of their journey. still really enjoyed...See more
i enjoyed it, it was an interesting listen and fun to listen to. i only gave it 4 stars because while i enjoyed it, i was hoping for a little more information on the biblical lands and the theology behind it rather than the biography of their journey. still really enjoyed it and it is definitely worth reading/listening to. and if your interest is in the story behind their journey then you''ll love it, its a fascinating tale and one worth hearing. but personally i wouldnt buy it for the theology, i didnt disagree with it and the last couple of chapters are especially good but i just thought it was a little light in the theology which is what i personally bought it for. so on entertainment value 5 stars, on theology 3.5-4. averaged it down to 4 stars.
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fascinating archeological investigation
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 15, 2013
Feiler has a real gift for intellectual curiosity and a clear, unpretentious writing style. The academic experts he befriends and travels with add much to his narrative; I found myself wishing I could have lunch with them all. I am not especially interested in the spiritual...See more
Feiler has a real gift for intellectual curiosity and a clear, unpretentious writing style. The academic experts he befriends and travels with add much to his narrative; I found myself wishing I could have lunch with them all. I am not especially interested in the spiritual side of this book, but Feiler is never overbearing and he never loses sight of the connection between landscape, history, and the religious heritage of so many different faiths. Readers who are more interested in Feiler''s spiritual musings will find much to think about and learn a lot in the process. Fascinating writer, fascinating, unpretentious book.
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Good stuff
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 18, 2014
Fascinating account of the authors travels and investigations into the Middle East and its history, from the extraordinary places he visits and the incredible people he meets.
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Love this book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 13, 2017
Love this book. Am reading it at the moment and it really brings the first five books of the old testament alive. It adds an added dimension to Gods word.
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